Heritage Musuems and Gardens offers fun April vacation programs

Something for the whole family, special STEM programs...

Discover why Heritage Museums & Gardens is a magnet for families—from kids to adults of all ages—during April vacation week, with great exhibits, programs, and activities that will appeal to everyone and create memories that will last a lifetime. 

This season’s special exhibit, Painted Landscapes: Contemporary Views, presents premier American contemporary landscape painters offered in a beautiful collection that challenges our notion of landscape painting. To complement the exhibit, experienced as well as budding artists have the opportunity to create art outdoors together. At Hidden Hollow™, an enchanting two-acre outdoor discovery and exploration area that includes a giant treehouse, families can work together to build a forest mobile kinetic sculpture, nature collage, or drip sand sculpture.

Families can also enjoy outdoor discovery on Heritage’s 100 acres of nature trails, woodlands, and gardens; admire gems of the automotive world in Heritage’s collection Driven to Collect—and even take a family portrait in a Model T; appreciate American history in The Heritage Collection, which tells a story about our shared history, about ourselves, and about our future; ride a vintage carousel; picnic on the grounds; and more.  

From April 18-21, Heritage’s April Vacation program at The Hundred Acre School is enrolling children ages 4 to 8, who will enjoy daily STEM exploration and discovery adventures throughout Heritage’s 100 acres. Enrollment options include 4-day and 2-day full- and half-days.  For more information and to register, visit http://100acreschool.org/february-april-school-vacation-programs/  or call (508) 888-3300 x158.

The 2017 season at Heritage runs from April 15-October 9. Open daily, 10 am-5 pm. View the 2017 Program Guide at heritagemuseums.org, or call 508-888-3300 for more information. 


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