Children's Programs We Currently Offer
Saturdays, September 17, October 15, November 19, December 17
For families and care partners with neurodiverse children and teens – experience the historic house with plenty to touch and time for questions and explore the new garden sensory pathway through sight, sound, touch, and smell.
Free to members and with museum admission, no appointment needed.
The Visit Guide can be downloaded and/or printed to review and prepare for your visit to MHHM: Visit Guide Download
Questions? Please contact Cynthia Winslow, Curator of Education and Community Engagement at (973) 538-2404, ext. 103 or email@example.com.
Summer Garden Program for Youth and Adults
Through hands-on gardening, a tour of the Museum’s historic rooms, and an art-making experience with New Jersey artist, Lisa Madson, participants enjoy nature while learning about life in the past.
Dig it! Plant it! Eat it! garden program offers a variety of experiences:
- Cultivate and care for a kitchen garden
- Create art with New Jersey artist Lisa Madson
- Explore history and nature in the historic 2-acre garden
All ages. Children accompanied by parent/guardian.
Check the Museum's events calendar for spring and summer dates!
FREE but pre-registration is required. Pre-register online through the website Events page.
Program made possible through the generous funding of The Astle-Alpaugh Family Foundation.
Every Wednesday, 12:00 pm on Facebook Live
Hear children's stories told from rooms in the historic house.