Stuffies' Night at the Museum
Drop-Off: November 14, 2014, between 10:00 AM and 4:30 PM
Pick-Up: November 15, 2014 between 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM
Where: The Agricultural and Industrial Museum, 217 W. Princess Street, York, PA
Cost: $4/Stuffed Animal
Did you ever wonder what happens at the museum when the lights go out? Well bring a fuzzy friend for a stuffed animal slumber party and find out! Drop off your fuzzy friend on Friday, then return on Saturday to see pictures of what your stuffed friend did at the museum all night. When you pick up your stuffy, enjoy learning stations, science experiments, and demonstrations as part of our Family Day. Don't forget to find the places in the museum where your plush pal took selfies during the slumber party!
When: November 15, 2014 from 10:00-2:00
Where: The Agricultural and Industrial Museum, 217 West Princess Street, York, PA
Cost: Free, but donations are welcomed!
Science and history intersect at the York County Heritage Trust. Explore hands-on learning stations, science experiments, and live demonstrations designed for the whole family.
On the 237th anniversary of Continental Congress's adoption of the Articles of Confederation, which happened right here in York, an original 1777 print of the Articles of Confederation, will be on exhibit for ONE DAY ONLY!
Matt Dodd will be performing Songs and Stories of the American Road.
Bob's Critters will have about an array of creatures, from hissing cockroaches to lizards for visitors to touch.
Ben Franklin, as portrayed by Richard Fox, will be on hand to talk about his interest in science, printing, and his part in the original draft of the Articles of Confederation.
Be an engineer in our Construction Zone with foam blocks, marble runs, plastic bricks, and more!
Take our Eat-a-Bug challenge! Everything's better in chocolate...
And so much more!
Sponsored by the York County Heritage Trust Auxiliary
York County Heritage Trust offers interactive tours and programs at all of our sites for Boy Scout and Girl Scout groups. We can tailor programs to each troop's individual needs.
In addition to our interactive tours, we offer Girl Scouts the opportunity to earn a White Rose pin by learning about colonial life in York. Programs appropriate for Daisies through Ambassadors are available. All programs start with an orientation to the Colonial Complex, including a tour of the 1741 Golden Plough Tavern building and the house that was home to Revolutionary War general, Horatio Gates, during his stay in York. Troops will choose their hands-on projects from options including candle dipping, colonial games, and Pennsylvania German crafts. Contact the Education Department for more information.
Thanks to our new Family Programming Partner, Tots2Tweens!