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Apples, Apples, Apples!

Monday, October 10 | 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Join us for the last day of our Regular Season on Monday, October 10!

What better way to celebrate autumn than with Apples, Apples, Apples! On Monday, October 10, we’ll have activities, talks, crafting, and demonstrations all day in the Historic Village and Nature Center.

Plus, all kids 12 and under are FREE! 

Explore the Historic Village

 

In the Historic Village, you can see an apple press in action, explore Historic Kitchens to experience foods bring prepared using apples, learn about drying apples, and more. We’ll have a variety of heirloom apples on display, and visitors can learn about the history of the crop in NY State and what kinds of apples are produced in orchards in this region. And don’t forget to explore our apple orchards around the Museum grounds – the perfect place for a fall family photo!

Kids 12 and under are FREE!

As a special bonus, kids 12 and under are FREE on this day! Explore all things “apples” in the Historic Village – for free! Don’t miss this last Kids Free Day of the 2022 season, and bring out the whole family for a day of fall fun.

Enjoy a historic treat in MacArthur House

Join us for a special seasonal treat in historic MacArthur House! Purchase hot (or cold) fresh apple cider, apple shrub, or a slice of historical cake (Maple 1234 Cake or Gingerbread Cake with Caramel Icing). 

"Dressed to Death" in the John L. Wehle Gallery

 

Explore the origins of modern mourning practices when you visit GCV&M in October and attend the last of our 2022 Curatorial Talk Series in the John L. Wehle Gallery! Don’t miss “Dressed to Death” with Curator Brandon Brooks on Monday, October 10, from 2 – 3 p.m. Delve into the fascinating and macabre history of mourning fashion in the 19th century and view intriguing items from the collection.

Ticket Information

 

Adults: $18

Seniors (62+): $15

Students (13 – 18): $15

Youth (12 and under): FREE 

Museum Member: FREE

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