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Purchase your tickets in advance for a guided tour of the Apothecary! These 45-minute tours begin every hour starting quarter after the hour, and includes first and second floors with an expert guide. Recommended for ages 8 and older.

Based on current CDC guidance, all guests regardless of vaccination status are required to wear masks while in the museum.
Want a better future for all of us? D.I.Y. your part! Explore the cultural history of our area and take a closer look at our relationship with the natural environment. Through a series of fun and easy D.I.Y. projects using everyday items, we will investigate the roots of change in our nation’s first 250 years. Learn lessons from the past with the help of science to create a more sustainable way forward. You can make a better community one project at a time.

Each week is different but will explore the history of nature and our relationship with it through the lens of different plants we eat; earth, air, & water; and animals we depend on. Each day includes group challenges, a project that uses items typically found around home, and fascinating facts that connect our past to our present through nature. An optional add-on camp kit is available for purchase to extend the fun.

These sessions complete some of the requirements for the Cadette Girl Scout Trees Badge, Senior Girl Scout Locavore Badge, and Scouts BSA Sustainability and American Heritage Merit Badges.
Scholarships are available. For rising 6th through 9th graders
Cool off during the hot August weather! Bring a blanket from home to sit on and join us outdoors in the Lloyd House garden. We will be reading stories about boats & making our own mini boats to float, race, and take home. This program is targeted for our younger audiences (ages 8 & under). Our program is capped at 10 families, so purchase in advance! Please reserve one ticket for your entire family. COVID-19 Safety: Attendees who are not yet vaccinated should wear a mask. All attendees are encouraged to wear a mask and maintain 6 feet of physical distance from others not in their household.

Want a better future for all of us? D.I.Y. your part! Explore the cultural history of our area and take a closer look at our relationship with the natural environment. Through a series of fun and easy D.I.Y. projects using everyday items, we will investigate the roots of change in our nation’s first 250 years. Learn lessons from the past with the help of science to create a more sustainable way forward. You can make a better community one project at a time.

Each week is different but will explore the history of nature and our relationship with it through the lens of different plants we eat; earth, air, & water; and animals we depend on. Each day includes group challenges, a project that uses items typically found around home, and fascinating facts that connect our past to our present through nature. An optional add-on camp kit is available for purchase to extend the fun.

These sessions complete some of the requirements for the Cadette Girl Scout Trees Badge, Senior Girl Scout Locavore Badge, and Scouts BSA Sustainability and American Heritage Merit Badges.
Scholarships are available. For rising 6th through 9th graders