Emerging Renewed -- An Interpretive Tour of the Historic Waterfront Neighborhood of Strawbery Banke
Emerging Renewed -- An Interpretive Tour of the Historic Waterfront Neighborhood of Strawbery Banke Daily, July 1 - October 31, 2020. 10 am - 3:30 pm. Tours beginning on the hour and half-hour with the last tour at 3:30 pm. Please read Strawbery Banke Museum's COVID-19 precautions prior to purchasing tickets. For COVID-19 precautions, additional tour information, and to purchase tickets please strawberybanke.org The re-imagined visitor experience at Strawbery Banke Museum allows visitors to experience four outdoor sites exploring the resiliency of the historic waterfront neighborhood throughout time. This daily, public program invites guests to experience their own recoveries from COVID-19 restrictions by recognizing the parallels between everyday life in the present and the past. Participants in small group tours (10 individuals or fewer) meet costumed roleplayers across the museum grounds, discover architectural and landscape details, as well as discuss the history of the site from Indigenous use in the 1600s through Urban Renewal and historic preservation efforts in 1958 that created the museum. Please note, the historic homes will remain closed to the public with guided tours focusing on the exteriors of houses and the historic landscapes and gardens. Guided tours are offered on the hour and half-hour, the last 90-min tour starts at 3:30 pm. Tour is recommended for ages 10+. Advanced ticket purchase for guided tours is strongly encouraged as dates/times may sell out in advance. Each guided tour is limited to 10 participants. Each person needs a separate ticket (including children under 5, who are admitted free). A self-guided tour option is available at the door only. Price: $10 - $15 Members Free; Non-member: Adult $15, Children (ages 5 - 17) $10. Under 5, free but ticket required.