Have fun learning about architecture, heritage plants and foodways, traditional crafts and the tools, clothing and collections families used for everyday life in this waterfront neighborhood, 1695 through 1954 when the site was saved from urban renewal.
Explore heritage gardens, historic buildings and crafts, preservation programs, hands-on activities, the stories told by costumed role-players, traditional crafts and the changing exhibits that offer hours of fun and discovery.
For more information about Spring Barnyard Baby Animals at Strawbery Banke, click here.
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Reopening April 23. For the menu, click here. Also serving beer, wine and North Country SBC hard cider made from Strawbery Banke heirloom apples.
No parking fee to visit the cafe or store.
Visit Pickwick's at the Banke, an extraordinary shopping experience
43 Atkinson Street (corner of Court & Atkinson)
Open Mon-Fri 12 noon to 4 pm
Saturday & Sunday 12 noon to 4 pm
Join Strawbery Banke Archaeologist Alix Martin and her
"Dig Strawbery Banke" blog, here!