Dates: April 27 – April 30, 2020
Cost: $6.00 per student/$6.00 per adult
Recommended for grades K-3
Strawbery Banke welcomes Spring with a showcase of more than a dozen heirloom breeds of Baby Animals (and their moms) that would have been familiar to earlier generations. In addition, a hands-on fiber arts area helps students understand the importance of animals to the livelihood of early New England settlers. Activities include weaving on looms, exploring the Children’s Discovery Center, a hands-on knitting area and of course, viewing a variety of heritage breed farm animals including rabbits, donkeys, poultry, pigs, sheep and goats.
Enhance your visit to the barnyard by adding a Time Travel Workshop to your day.
Cost for Workshop: $12.00 per student (this price includes admission to the Baby Animals Exhibit)
Workshop Options Include:
- Home and Hearth: Colonial Cooking (for up to 30 students)
- New Inventions: Victorian Cooking (for up to 30 students)
- Toys and Games of Long Ago (for up to 120 students)
- A Colonial Sampler (for up to 100 students)