Unless otherwise noted, all programs are included with general admission to the museum.
Who doesn't love pie? As the fall settles in and the days get shorter, our cooks will be busy in the kitchen making pies. Pies were a common dish served as part of the meal. They were savory or sweet—sometimes both— with surprising flavor combinations. Come and learn about pie
See how early New Englanders made redware pottery and discover the art of paper marbling during today's demonstrations.
Drop in anytime.
Meet the Society of the 17th Century, a group of re-enactors who will bring our historic Hall Tavern building to life with an incredible array of period arts, crafts, and trades.
Take a break from your holiday baking and help our hearth cooks make sugar cakes and cookies from old recipe books such as Amelia Simmons’ cookbook, American Cookery, the first “American” cookbook published in 1796.
Visitors will learn about printing and the operation of a press as they watch Carl print holiday cards. Every visitor gets to take a card home with them. Envelopes, pens and other supplies are available to embellish your special card.