Wenham Museum History Alive Summer Programs
Wenham Museum’s History Alive Summer Programs
Step back in time in Wenham Museum’s History Alive Summer Programs. Play the games, wear the clothes, do the chores and cook the food of the Colonists, Pioneers or Baby-Boomers. Historical Kids, Civil War, or Me and My Doll week long summer programs.
Each day is packed with activities that help children learn new skills, build self-esteem and form new friendships while having loads of fun with our experienced educators.
Early Bird discounts now through March 1, 2013. Scholarships are available.
Wenham Museum, 132 Main Street, Wenham, MA | WenhamMuseum.org
978-468-2377 | Info@WenhamMuseum.org
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Founded in 1922, Wenham Museum is a family-friendly museum celebrating childhood and New England family life for 90 years! The museum’s collections feature model trains, a world-renowned doll collection, vintage dollhouses, a costume and textile collection, antique toys, historic photographs and the National Historic Register Claflin-Richards House. Sixteen annual rotating exhibits and related family programming help to interpret the museum's mission to protect, preserve and interpret the artifacts of childhood, domestic life, and the history and culture of Boston’s North Shore. Visit www.wenhammuseum.org or www.facebook.com/wenhammuseum for family-friendly exhibitions and related programming that changes throughout the year.
Day Camps, Rec Programs, Schools Out, Day Care and Play Groups
You can book a summer field trip at the Wenham Museum’s 17th Century House:
A Summer Day with the Claflins
Learn about the chores Colonial Kids did.
Carry buckets of water on a yoke.
Do laundry with a scrubbing board & washtub.
Play some eye- hand games & roll hoops.
Hand crank ice cream and eat it in the shade.
$7.50 per child, chaperones no charge
Call 978-468-2377 to find out available times.