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Take part in the daily activities of the Geddy family, a prosperous 18th-century household. In this original building, family members demonstrate various games and toys, music, dance, and daily chores - and often invite you to join them.Learn More
The site of the first theatre house built in British North America in 1716. Now the location of our Playbooth stage where you may see a show. Check the event page for show times. Feel free to enter and sit on our shaded benches daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Learn More
During the summer, brickmakers mold and dry thousands of bricks. You can even give them a hand by taking off your shoes and stomping water into the clay with your bare feet! Come back in the autumn and see the bricks you helped create bake in a giant, wood-fired oven. Keep an eye out, too, for masons using these bricks in all sorts of projects around town.Learn More
Grab your tricorn hat and head to the Peyton Randolph Yard for Patriots at Play! This interactive program offers fun, hands-on activities that immerse children in 18th-century life.Learn More
Bring the family and follow Prince, a carved wooden dog, as he explores the countryside full of animals in paintings, sculpture and toys.Learn More
Known as "The Toy Workshop of the World," Germany dominated the 19th-century toy market. This exhibition features a colorful variety of 19th-century German wooden toys from dolls and soldiers to arks and animals.Learn More
The distinctive collections of the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum and the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum are located under one roof.
The fun doesn't end just because the sun sets. Whether you're looking for some drama or to be spooked, there's something to entertain you.