Homeschoolers and Historic Houses
This event posted by: Tara Dunsmore
Thursday, October 04, 2012
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
4305 Sulgrave Road
Richmond, VA 23221
$8 per adult; $8 per student (ages 8 & older); $4 (ages 3-7); free for ages 2 & under
Agecroft Hall and Wilton House Museum offer homeschoolers an opportunity to explore America’s colonial and British roots during this special day-long program. The Homeschoolers and Historic Houses program will include tours of both museums, up-close and hands-on study of reproduction artifacts, historic games and more. Students will discover what life was like in England during the Tudor and Stuart years of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and be able to compare these discoveries with life in Virginia during the eighteenth century.
$8 per adult; $8 per student (ages 8 & older); $4 (ages 3-7); free for ages 2 & under. Advanced Registration Is Required; call Jill Pesesky at Agecroft Hall at 804-353-4241.
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