Anatomy of a Meetinghouse

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Join Carpentry Foreman Bruce Blanchard for a hands-on, in-depth look at Rocky Hill Meeting House, one of the best preserved meeting houses in America. From the soaring beams in the attic to the granite ledge beneath, participants get a closer look at how the meetinghouse was built, finished, and used. With original hand-wrought ironwork, massive framing, unfinished pine box pews, and original interior finishes, the Rocky Hill Meeting House is an ideal place to learn about architecture, construction techniques, and life in eighteenth-century New England.