Interpretive Tour

Interpretive Tour

Whitby, Ontario

Heritage, Theatre — Excursion, Talks and Discussion

Interpretive Tour of Lynde House Museum with stories of the Lynde Family.

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This activity is in English.
This activity is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Walking, Tour, Storytelling, Performance, Museum, Historic Site, Genealogy, Costumes

When

Fri 29 Sep 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Sat 30 Sep No events scheduled.
Sun 01 Oct No events scheduled.
In case of rain:

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Where

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900 Brock Street South,
Whitby, Ontario

Building

Lynde House Museum

Directions

Located at the corner of Brock and Burns Streets, enter through building beside the museum first.

Organizer

Lynde House Museum

‘Lynde House Museum- The home of Jabez and Clarissa Lynde c. 1812 said to have been the most beautiful house of its time located between Toronto and Kingston. Adjacent to the house is "Warren General Store" an historical representation of John Borlase Warren’s store in which was located the first area post office. Showcasing a microcosm of Southern Ontario of First Nations through Early Settlers, Farmers, Artisans, Industrial Revolution Innovators and Entrepreneurs.’ With friendly smiles interpretive volunteers welcome visitors.

Activity Contact

Trina Astor-Stewart
info[at]lyndehousemuseum[dot]com
905 665 3131
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