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Learn by doing at Strawbery Banke Museum

Throughout the museum there are many opportunities to experience hands-on history - come explore them all.

The Cotton Tenant House - contains the Strawbery Banke Potters on one half and a new weaving exhibition and demonstration looms that visitors can try.

The Discovery Center - a highly interactive exhibit where kids of all ages can experience traditional games, crafts, chores, and pastimes.

The Victorian Children's Garden - a one-of-a-kind living history garden that features a Victorian tea garden, plants that tell time, a butterfly & fairy garden, a language of flowers garden, and a two-story naturalistic Victorian treehouse!

The Wheelwright House - experience the sounds, tastes, and touches of life in 1785. Come inside the home of Captain John Wheelwright the year after he died at sea. Engage all of your senses as you savor the aromatic scents of spices and teas, pick up and touch the dinnerware and furniture, hear the sounds of Puddle Dock as it was in 1785, and see the clothing children wore in the time period - kids can even try on the clothing in this hands-on exhibit!

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Pictured are just a few of the Wheelwright House exhibits.

 
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