10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Merchant Park in Dumfries, VA - next to the Weems-Botts Museum
Lots of fun activities:
World renown Jamie Turner -Colonial Glass Harpist
Dumfries Elementary School Choir
Games and children's activities
Colonial Food Demonstrations
Free Crafts for Children
Colonial medical Dr. Turner Kitt
Native American Experience
Colonial African/American Experience
May 18, 2013 - Children's Day at the Museum
Opportunities are available on both ongoing or one time events. Help us share history by being a docent, speaking out in the community, writing for our newsletter, help with research, create displays and maintain our herb garden!
Call Joann at 703-221-2218 to learn more about our events.
Tours Start at our Museum Welcome Center/Annex
at 3944 Cameron Street in Dumfries:
From the north: Take exit 152 from I-95, merge left at "Y" exit onto Route 234, turn right at intersection with Route 1. In Dumfries, after highway splits and you pass Town Hall and Community Center on the left and the garden center Dumfries Nursery on the right, turn right off Route 1 onto Duke St. at the Weems-Botts Museum/Merchant Park/William Grayson Memorial sign. The Museum is 2 blocks up the hill at the corner of Duke and Cameron streets, but tours star at our Museum Annex at 3944 Cameron Street. Please do not park in the apartment building's parking area, but alongside Merchant Park.
From the south: Take Exit 152 from I-95, turn right at "Y" exit onto Route 234, then follow directions above