Thursday, December 20, Friday, December 21, Thursday, December 27 or Friday, December 28
10:30 a.m. – 12 noon or 1:30p.m. – 3:00p.m.
Children celebrate the holidays by becoming history detectives as they tour the historic mansion in search of clues as to how holidays were celebrated in the past. After the tour, children design and build their own edible gingerbread house to take home.
Members: $10 (per child)
Nonmembers: $12 (per child)
Adult Chaperones: free
Event begins at 10:30AM
Presented by: Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
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