Join us for a special holiday tour of the Noah Webster House. The traditions of early 19th century Connecticut Christmas come to life through song, dance, and stories. Mrs. Rebecca Webster guides you through the historic home by lantern light where you will meet Noah, their many children, and some guests.
When Webster was a child in the 1760s, Christmas was observed as a religious holiday, with very little fanfare. However, by the time Webster had his own children, things had begun to change with special dinners, songs, dances, and some holiday decorations for the occasion.
After your tour, enjoy a hot drink and cookies.
The perfect family event!
Tours last approximately 30 minutes. Space is extremely limited, advance purchase is suggested. Get tickets!