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Winter Weekends at the Phillips House
Follow the Phillips family on a wintery jaunt around New England. Enjoy hot cocoa and cookies while viewing film clips of the family sledding, skiing, ice skating, and snowshoeing. Following the film, join the museum staff for a special house tour that shows how the family lived in 34 Chestnut Street through the winter months. The program ends with a sneak peek of Phillips family items, such as postcards and photographs, not usually on display.
Winter Weekends runs every Saturday from January 26-February 23, 2013. The movie starts promptly at 3:00 p.m. Registration is required. You may purchase your tickets online, but please call 978-744-0440 to confirm your choice of dates. Tickets are free to Historic New England members and $10.00 for nonmembers.
|Where||Phillips House Museum 1821 34 Chestnut St, Salem, MA 01970|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||3:00 pm–4:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
|Price||$10.00; free for members of Historic New England|
More About Phillips House Museum 1821
The Phillips House Museum 1821 is a Colonial Revival mansion in the McIntire Historic District, and the only property on Chestnut Street open to the public. Originally built by sea captain Nathaniel West, the home was expanded and renovated in the early 1900s by Anna and Stephen Willard Phillips. The home contains a museum run by the private organization Historic New England. Tours begin every half hour.