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2014
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JANUARY

Tuesday, January 28th
Herb Society of America NorthEast Seacoast Unit Program: Global Climate Change in Your Backyard

7:00 pm
Tyco Visitors Center

The weather and other environmental conditions in New England have always tested a gardener’s persistence and resilience. With global climate issues getting more attention and debate, it is helpful to reflect on how this translates into changes in our own back yard. Join us as Rita Wollmering reflects on the weather trends and environmental changes she has noticed on her farm over the past decade. She will discuss how the growing seasons have fluctuated and their impact on plants and the landscapes, including pests and invasive plants. Use this interactive session to come up with your own strategies in response to climate fluctuations and changes as you plan for another growing season. Rita Wollmering grew up on her family farm in Minnesota. Wanting to explore the world, she joined the Peace Corps and served in the Philippines. With a master’s degree in International Development, she worked in international development training in sub-Saharan Africa, but the pull of the land won her back to farm life. Rita is the founder of The HERB FARMacy, a 10 acre certified organic farm and greenhouse operation in Salisbury, MA. For 18 years, she has nurtured the growth of The HERB FARMacy by offering an extensive collection of herb varieties. In addition she has developed special niches including organic medicinal plants, organic heirloom vegetables and old-fashioned flowers. More recently, Rita has extended her operations into winter production of micro-greens and herb products.

This program takes place at 7pm at Strawbery Banke Museum’s Visitor Center (14 Hancock Street). Pre-registration is required. Registration is $8 ($5 for Strawbery Banke Museum and Herb Society members). To register, contact Rie Sluder at 603-642-7034 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This is the second program in the 2014 horticultural lecture series hosted by the Herb Society of America’s NorthEast Seacoast Unit and co-sponsored by Strawbery Banke Museum.

Saturday, January 25th
MEMBER EVENT: Winter Nights at Pitt Tavern
7:00 - 10:00 pm
Jeff Warner, much loved performer from Portsmouth Maritime Folk Festival and the Gundalow entertains. Refreshments available for purchase include Portsmouth Brewery brewed-for-Strawbery Banke brew, wine and appetizers from White Apron Café. $15 members, $22.50 for non-members.

 

 



FEBRUARY


Saturday, February 1st
Registration Opens for Strawbery Banke Museum Summer Camps!

To register: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or call 603-422-7541

Saturday, February 8 (snow date February 15th)
Life & Death on the Piscataqua Symposium
10:00 am – 3:00 pm $10 in advance; $15 at the door. Price includes lunch.
Portsmouth Historic House Associates annual symposium at Portsmouth Masonic Hall

Friday, February 14th  SOLD OUT! Please see Mar 16th.
Hearth-Cooking Workshops

Saturday, February 15th
Winter Night in Pitt Tavern
6:30-9:30 pm
Live acoustic music with Jim Prendergast. Refreshments include Portsmouth Brewery brewed-for-Strawbery Banke "Orange Pitt Saisson" in commemorative bottles, wine and appetizers from White Apron Café. $20 members ($25 for non-members). Sponsored by JSA Inc.

Sunday, February 16th
Fire & Ice Festival
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Portsmouth Winter Carnival, dog-sled rides at Strawbery Banke 10-4 on Sun Feb 16th
Puddle Dock Pond preview. Miniature portrait painting demonstration by Alan Ammann in the Tyco Visitors Center.

February 24th – 27th
School Vacation Week Winter Workshop
12 noon – 2:00 pm.
$30 per day ($25 for members)
Recommended for grades 1-5. Aftercare is available 3-5 pm for an additional fee. To register: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or call 603-422-7541

 


MARCH


Sunday, March 16th  
Hearth-Cooking Workshop
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Work with local and seasonal foods to grind, whip, season, roast, boil, bake and eat an authentic 18th century hearth-cooked meal. $65 per person ($55 for members).

Saturday, March 22nd
Winter Night in Pitt Tavern
6:30-9:30 pm
Live acoustic music by Susie Burke and David Surette. Refreshments include Portsmouth Brewery brewed-for-Strawbery Banke brew, wine and appetizers from White Apron Café. $20 members, $25 for non-members. Sponsored by Bruce Mast & Associates.

Tuesday, March 25
Herb Society of America NorthEast Seacoast Unit Program:
Chocolate Through the Ages
7:00 pm
Tyco Visitors Center

 

Join us to hear Sue Tuveson’s presentation on Chocolate through the Ages. Sue will discuss how chocolate was introduced by ancient Central American people to the Europeans, its medicinal lore, popular myths, and taste properties. She will also have tasting samples available to compare and contrast the different properties of chocolate.

Susan Tuveson has been cooking for people for five decades. Educated in literature, music and law, she left law practice in 1999 to establish Cacao Chocolates in Kittery, Maine, known for its high-quality, artisanal creations flavored with unusual, local ingredients. In addition, Tuveson collaborates with other chefs, brewers and vintners to create menu items which make use of chocolate’s ability to go beyond dessert, to enhance savory meat and seafood dishes as well.

This year Tuveson opened Acorn Kitchen, a fully licensed, shared-use, community facility where specialty food entrepreneurs can establish new businesses under her guidance, from licensure and recipes to sanitation and good manufacturing practices. Her plans next include opening a USDA-approved slaughtering/processing facility for small animals, as a service to local farmers who find the Seacoast area lacking in accessible, low-cost processing options.

 

This program takes place at 7pm at Strawbery Banke Museum’s Visitor Center (14 Hancock Street). Pre-registration is required. Registration is $8 ($5 for Strawbery Banke Museum and Herb Society members). To register, contact Rie Sluder at 603-642-7034 or  email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This is the third program in the 2014 horticultural lecture series hosted by the Herb Society of America’s NorthEast Seacoast Unit and co-sponsored by Strawbery Banke Museum.

Saturday, March 29th 
Hearth-Cooking Workshop
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Work with local and seasonal foods to grind, whip, season, roast, boil, bake and eat an authentic 18th century hearth-cooked meal. $65 per person ($55 for members).

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APRIL

April 1st - 30th
N
H Archeaology Month

Saturday, April 26th
Welcome Spring! Night in Pitt Tavern
6:30-9:30 pm
Live acoustic music with Ballymac. Refreshments include Portsmouth Brewery brewed-for-Strawbery Banke brew, wine and appetizers from White Apron Café. $20 members, $25 for non-members. Sponsored by The Troiano Wealth Advisory Group at Stifel Nicolaus.

Saturday, April 26th (rain date Sunday, April 27th) 
Earth Day Volunteer Garden Clean Up Day at Strawbery Banke Museum
8:30am-12:30pm followed by a Slow Food Potluck lunch from 12:30-1:30
Join our inspired community of garden volunteers and help bring new life to the Historic Gardens at Strawbery Banke. Volunteers gather out on “Puddle Dock” at 8:30am for refreshments and work  assignments. Garden work begins at 9:00. Come in all weather work clothes, and bring along your favorite gardening tools, gloves and a potluck dish. A pot luck lunch and Slow Food Seacoast www.slowfoodseacoast.org heirloom seed giveaway will follow at 12:30.   RSVP Requested.  Please contact Alena Shellenbean at 422-7505 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
To learn more about our gardens and historic landscape programs, click here.  

Saturday, April 19th
Hearth-Cooking Workshop
11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Work with local and seasonal foods to grind, whip, season, roast, boil, bake and eat an authentic 18th century hearth-cooked meal. $65 per person ($55 for members).

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MAY

Thursday, May 1st
Opening Day for 2014 Season!
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Come visit the museum and experience four centuries of American life in New Hampshire's oldest waterfront neighborhood. Special additions for the 2014 season: Finding Home: Stories from A Neighborhood of Newcomers 

Saturday, May 10th
Susan B. Komen Race for the Cure
Begins and ends at Puddle Dock.
Since its inception in 1982, Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, the global leader of the breast cancer movement and the creator of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Series of 5k run/walk events, has raised and invested more than $1.9 billion in the worldwide fight to eliminate breast cancer. This event is the 2nd Annual New Hampshire Race for the Cure. Of all monies raised through all means, a minimum of 25% helps to support research with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Grants Program and as much as 75% is devoted to education, screening and treatment programs throughout our two states. Since the first Race in 1993, the effort has raised more than $7.5 million. Of that, more than $1.8 million supported the Komen Grants Program and more than $5.7 million directly benefited breast cancer education, screening and treatment in VT/NH. For more information on sponsorship, participation and volunteering for the event, click here or email info@komenvtnh.org

 

Tuesday, May 27
Herb Society of America NorthEast Seacoast Unit Program:
Landscaping with Ornamental Grasses in Herb and Flower Gardens
7:00 pm
Tyco Visitors Center

Learn how to create stunning landscape designs combining ornamental grasses with flowering herbs and perennials. Join us to hear Heidi Lumia of Hutchins House OG, presentation on incorporating low maintenance and environmentally-friendly ornamental grasses into our garden designs. Topics will include: best plant selections, care and maintenance as well as ideas for creating stunning landscapes that combine grasses with flowering herbs and perennials. A selection of ornamental grasses and herbs will be offered for sale to start you on your way.

Hutchins House OG is a provider of field-grown ornamental grasses in Cape Neddick, ME. They offer more than 20 varieties of perennial ornamental grasses, selected specifically for their beauty, form and hardiness here in New Hampshire and in Southern Main. The company sells to both the landscaping trades and home gardeners (by appointment). Heidi Lumia is an avid organic gardener and commercial grower. She is also a member of the Garden Writers Association and the Maine Landscape and Nursery Association. She enjoys sharing her knowledge and love of gardening with audiences of all ages and skill levels.

This program takes place at 7pm at Strawbery Banke Museum’s Visitor Center (14 Hancock Street). Pre-registration is required. Registration is $8 ($5 for Strawbery Banke Museum and Herb Society members). To register, contact Rie Sluder at 603-642-7034 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This is the fourth program in the 2014 horticultural lecture series hosted by the Herb Society of America’s NorthEast Seacoast Unit and co-sponsored by Strawbery Banke Museum.

 

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JUNE


Saturday, June 21st & Sunday, June 22nd
New Hampshire's Birthday!
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Celebrate New Hampshire history by remembering 400 years of American history in this Portsmouth waterfront neighborhood. June 21 is New Hampshire's Birthday. NH residents receive free admission (ID required.)

Wednesday, June 25th
General Admission 6:30 - 10:00 pm

VIP Admission 5:30 - 10:00 pm
Share Our Strength Taste of the Nation
For information and tickets, click here.

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JULY


Friday, July 4th
10:00 am–5:00 pm
An American Celebration!
Buy Tickets Online: $17.50 adults; members according to Membership Level; children 17 and under and active military families, FREE
A real old-fashioned fabulous 4th of July! Complete with children’s bike and wagon parade (2:30pm, decorate 10:00am-2:00pm), visit by Abraham Lincoln, traditional games and crafts, historic garden tours, live music by Bedford Big Band, living history, hands-on activities, food and fun for all. 

Tuesdays, July 8, 15, 22 & 29
5:00 - 7:00 pm
Tuesdays on the Banke
Live music on the lawn next to the Tyco Visitors Center. Food, wine, beer and other beverages available at The White Apron Cafe in the Visitor Center. July 8, Tom Richter & The Sidewalk Boys; July 15, Hunter McKay; July 22, Liz and Dan Faiela; July 29, Gary Fagin. Free. Sponsored by a friend of the Museum and Cambridge Trust Company of New Hampshire.

 

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AUGUST


Saturday & Sunday, August 2nd & 3rd
10 am - 5 pm
Sail Portsmouth at the Portsmouth Fish Pier
Portsmouth Historic Houses open in conjunction with Portsmouth maritime festival. With Sail Portsmouth brochure, Buy 1, Get 1 Free admission to all members of Portsmouth Historic Houses. www.portsmouthhistorichouses.org

Tuesday, August 5, 12, 19, 26
5:00 - 7:00 pm
Tuesdays on the Banke
Live music on the lawn next to the Tyoc Visitors Center with performances by August 9, Jeff Warner; August 12, Liz and Dan Faiella; August 19, Matthew Lister; and August 26, Gary Fagin. Enjoy food, beer, wine and other beverages available at The White Apron Cafe in the visitor center while listening to the free concert, sponsored by a friend of the Museum and Cambridge Trust Company of New Hampshire.

Friday, August 15th
5:00pm-8:00pm
Twilight Tours
Portsmouth Historic House Associates opens seven historic houses in Portsmouth. See them in a new light!  Houses on the tour include Pitt Tavern at Strawbery Banke where Liz and Dan Faiella provide traditional Celtic violin, guitar and flute iperformance. Also open: the Gov. John Langdon House, Rundlet-May House, John Paul Jones House, Warner House, Moffatt-Ladd House, Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion and Wentworth Lear Historic Houses. Event runs 5-8pm. Advance tickets: $18 adults, $8 children. Day-of tickets: $20 adults, $10 children. Available online (click here) and at the historic houses.

Thursday, August 21st
Strawbery Banke History Crawl
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Tour begins in the White Apron Cafe at the Tyco Visitors Center

$23.50 members ($27 non-members) To reserve tickets, click here.
Drinking History: A Taste, A Talk, A Tour of the Heritage and Culture of Alcohol

Tuesday, August 26
7:00 pm
Herb Society of America NorthEast Seacoast Unit Program: Herb Safety 101: Guidelines to Using Herbs Wisely
Stoodley's Tavern
Herbs are generally quite safe—certainly they have a better track record than pharmaceuticals—but they still may have side effects and drug interactions. Join us for Registered Clinical Herbalist Maria Noël Groves’ presentation on using herbs wisely. She will share tips and resources to guide you to the safest use of herbs. You’ll get the low down on some “controversial herbs.” Are kava, black cohosh, skullcap, and comfrey safe for your liver? Why should you use caution with St. John’s wort? How can you safely use herbs while taking pharmaceutical medications? What’s the best way to transition from pharmaceuticals to natural therapies? What can you take if you're pregnant or nursing? How can you ensure that the plant you're picking is what you think it is or that what you buy has not been adulterated? The workshop will include helpful, easy- to-remember guidelines. Maria runs Wintergreen Botanicals Herbal Clinic & Education Center nestled in the pine forests of Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown, NH. Her first focus is herbal education and empowerment - through health consultations, classes (on-site and online), and writing. She has been working with herbs for nearly two decades and has been trained by some of the country's top herbalists. She is certified by the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine and was recently accepted as a peer-reviewed professional herbalist by the American Herbalists Guild.  This program takes place at 7pm at Strawbery Banke Museum’s Stoodley's Tavern (17 Hancock Street). Pre-registration is required. Registration is $8 ($5 for Strawbery Banke Museum and Herb Society members). To register, contact Rie Sluder at 603-642-7034 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This is the fifth program in the 2014 horticultural lecture series hosted by the Herb Society of America’s NorthEast Seacoast Unit and co-sponsored by Strawbery Banke Museum.

  


SEPTEMBER


Saturday, September 6th
VIP 4:00-5:30 pm. General admission 4:00-7:00 pm
Vintage & Vine: Fine Food & Wine Festival in Historic Style
This gourmet tour of fine wine and gourmet selections prepared by 30+ of the Seacoast's best chefs and restaurants benefits Strawbery Banke Museum. The event takes place 4-7 pm in the museum's gardens and historic houses with five Star Chefs grilling their specialties, live music, silent auction and a festive bonfire. The VIP Reserve tasting (4-5:30, special ticket required) offers rare vintages. Discounted wine sales on site. Suggest comfortable shoes. VIP Reserve Tasting tickets, $90. General admission tickets, $45.  Designated Driver tickets $15. Member discount tickets available for the 3 levels. Must be 21 or older to attend.

Note: Museum offers guided 90-minute tours today. First tour starts at 10 am. Last tour starts at 1:30 pm. Discounted museum admission of $10 per adult. $5 child (5-17) under 5 free. Family $25 (2 adults and all accompanying children).

Saturday & Sunday, September 20th & 21st

 

Saturday, September 13th 
VIP 4:00 - 7:30 pm. General admission, 5:00 - 7:30 pm
Passport - A Craft Beer & Culinary World Tour in Collaboration with NHPTV

An evening of delicious tastings at New Hampshire's premiere craft beer and food pairing event at the Seacoast’s beautiful and historic Strawbery Banke Museum! Sample a wide array of regional craft beers  paired with local culinary creations with an international flair. Your Passport world tour includes learning about leading ale and lager styles and meeting the brewers. Strawbery Banke Museum's cooper will demonstrate the traditional craft of barrel making. Must be 21 or older to attend. Tickets available at NHPTV.org  Note: Museum offers guided 90-minute tours today. First tour starts at 10 am. Last tour starts at 1:30 pm. Discounted museum admission of $10 per adult. $5 child (5-17) under 5 free. Family $25 (2 adults and all accompanying children).

Saturday & Sunday, September 20th & 21st
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
10th Annual Portsmouth Fairy House Tour
The Portsmouth Fairy House Tour is the world’s largest fairy house tour. The 10th annual event will be held in Portsmouth’s historic South End on the grounds of the Governor John Langdon House, Strawbery Banke Museum, Prescott Park and Peirce Island.
More than 100 handcrafted fairy houses made by local artists, florists, garden clubs club members, businesses, families and local school children will be on display, including 10 select fairy houses build by creative professionals and judged by a panel of three judges, including Fairy Houses Series® Author/ Illustrator Tracy Kane. Also returning this year is the Seasonal Fairy Wreath Exhibit and Raffle. Seasonal Fairy Wreaths donated by local florists and designers will be on display both days in the Tyco Visitor Center at Strawbery Banke Museum. Raffle proceeds will benefit the museum’s “History in Reach” fund.  Tracy Kane, the Fairy Houses Series® author and illustrator will be on hand both days of the Tour to greet ticket holders and sign autographs. In addition, visitors can expect to see performances by the Southern New Hampshire Dance Theater and the NH Theatre Project.  Tickets on sale now. Advanced tickets are $25 per family, $12 per adult, $8.00 per senior and $4.00 per child ages 3-12. Tickets purchased on the day of the event are $30 per family (2 adults, 2 children or 1 adult/4 children), $15 per adult, $10 per senior and $5 per child ages 3-12.  For more information, to purchase tickets or to register to build a house, please visit click here.

Tuesday, September 30
7:00 pm
Herb Society of America NorthEast Seacoast Unit Program:
Herbs, Food and the War of 1812
Tyco Visitors Center Lecture Hall
The 200th anniversary of War of 1812, one of the pivotal wars in U S history, is upon us. Join us as cookbook author, Katie Barnes Moose, lectures about this time period from the unique vantage point of food. She will give a talk on the history of the period leading up to the War of 1812 including foods and herbs consumed at the time and how they were provided. In addition she will give a cooking demonstration with foods typical of the period. Katie Barnes Moose, who lives in Maryland, is a descendant of the Clagett (Claggett) family of Maryland as well as old New England whaling families. She is the author of many cook books including New England's Bounty: Cooking with Regional Favorites which contains recipes from the earliest Native Americans to the influx of international flavors as the region became populated by immigrants. Signed copies of her books will be available for sale at the lecture. This program takes place at 7pm at Strawbery Banke Museum’s Visitor Center (14 Hancock Street). Pre-registration is required. Registration is $8 ($5 for Strawbery Banke Museum and Herb Society members). To register, contact Rie Sluder at 603-642-7034 or  email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This is the final program of the 2014 horticultural lecture series hosted by the Herb Society of America’s NorthEast Seacoast Unit and co-sponsored by Strawbery Banke Museum.

 

 


OCTOBER


Saturday, October 11th
10:00 am–5:00 pm
New Hampshire Fall Festival - & Prescott Park Chili Cook-Off
Celebrate harvest time with Strawbery Banke’s fourth annual New Hampshire Fall Festival. Experience a traditional New England country fair complete with demonstrations from craftspeople, heritage breed and farm animal exhibits, farm animal and livestock demonstrations, special autumn activities in the Children’s Garden, presentations on heirloom seeds and food preservation tips, fiber arts, demonstrations and exhibits on historic crafts and industries, coopering, harvest-themed crafts in the Family Discovery Center, garden tours and demonstrations. Two Incredible Festivals in One - the Prescott Park Chili Cook-Off will again be held in conjunction with Strawbery Banke Museum's New Hampshire Fall Festival. The Chili Cook-Off presents more than a dozen restaurants from the Seacoast and beyond who serve up their best chili in decorated booths for attendees to sample. Fall Festival 10-5. Chili Cook-off 11:30 until chili is gone. One ticket for both events: $15 adults; $6 children 5-12. Members of both organizations and children under 5, free.

Friday and Saturday, October 24th & 25th
6:00-8:00 pm
Ghosts on the Banke
$8 per person. Children 1 year or younger, free.  Members, half-price (or according to their Membership Levels).
Come and meet the Ghosts on the Banke at Strawbery Banke’s famous Halloween celebration. Long-dead sea captains, 17th century shopkeepers and wayward pirates haunt the streets of Portsmouth’s oldest neighborhood as you trick or treat safely from house to historic house. For tickets, click here.

  • Trick-or-Treat Safely -- Jack-O-Lanterns light the way as you step over the threshold of time and
    meet the "Ghosts on the Banke." Discover pirate treasure, visit with the
    wacky witch, look into the future with guidance from our gypsy fortune
    teller.
  • Catch a Ghostly Tale -- Community members bring history back to life with spooky plays, skits,
    and interactive improvisation throughout the evening.
  • Show off Your Costume -- March in our New Orleans style parade past haunted houses of old and
    down ghostly lanes full of things that go bump in the night.
  • Light up the Night -- Warm your Weary bones by the bonfire.
  • Pickwick's at the Banke -- decorated for Halloween, with all sorts of magic happening.

Wednesday, October 29
6:30 - 9:00 pm
Strawbery Banke History Crawl: Haunted Pubs of Portsmouth
Join us for a walking tour of Portsmouth's fascinating tavern history and ghost stories led by Roxie Zwicker of New England Curiosities, ending at Strawbery Banke's Pitt Tavern for tastings of hard cider and locally-brewed beer. Tickets $29, includes tour & tastings at Pitt Tavern (must be 21 or older to attend). Limited to 40 participants. Member discount. For tickets. click here.

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NOVEMBER


 

Saturdays & Sundays, November 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 22-23 plus Friday November 28
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Guided tours of four historic houses at Strawbery Banke Museum.
Adults $15, children 5-17 $10, children under 5 free.

November 7, 8, 9 and 14, 15, 16
Kent Stephens STAGEFORCE presents "SAVING PORTSMOUTH: The Preservation Crusades of Miss Dorothy Vaughan.”
Friday and Saturday performances at 8:00 pm. Sunday matinees at 2 pm.
In the Tyco Visitors Center Tickets $20. For tickets, click here.

 

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 DECEMBER


 

Saturday and Sunday, December 6-7. 13-14. 20-21
Saturdays from 5:00 pm-9:00 pm & Sundays from 4:00 pm-8:00 pm
35rd Annual Candlelight Stroll
$23 for adults. Kids 5-17: $11.50. Kids under 5: FREE. Family rate (2 adults and your children ages 17 and under): $58. Corporate and group rates available

December 26-30
10:00 am-2:00 pm
Guided Holiday House Tours
Adults $15, children 5-17 $10, children under 5 free.

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