Labor and Architecture

June 6, 2019 Published By Julie Arrison-Bishop

We are in the first week of testing out some of our team suggestions from the interpretive planning process. Our guides are offering a special tour of the attic that focuses on who worked in the house throughout the years and the dining room chamber is *finally* on our tour rotation and we’re sharing everyone’s favorite house model and some rarely seen architectural objects from our collection. This tour will be going on through June 11 and then we’ll be sharing a new history.

Through June 14, we’ll also be testing out some signage near our buildings. We do offer an audio tour with Uniguide, but a lot of people like to read and stroll. These posters are temporary but do provide some great information about our buildings.

Our staff will be on hand to ask for your feedback. It’s important to us to know what you thought about your tour experience, the test stories, and the signage on site. If you visited and missed a chance to share, you can email our Special Projects Manager, Julie Arrison-Bishop, with your thoughts!

This post was written by Julie Arrison-Bishop