Date: Thursday, November 2, 2023
Location: Hogshead, 43 Pinkney Street
Historic Annapolis warmly welcomes homeschoolers to join us for a special day of hands-on learning.
We’ll step back in time at Hogshead, a unique dwelling on historic Pinkney Street, and learn how working-class people lived in Annapolis during the Revolutionary era.
Throughout this interactive experience, students will be led by guides in colonial attire and have the opportunity to see and touch reproduction artifacts as they try their hand at skills of the past.
Students will discover why trades were critical to the early American economy and how craftspersons developed their skills. Students will also have the opportunity to create their own colonial business!
Advance registration required. This program is suitable for students of all ages.
Cost: $10 per Student (5-17); Free for one Adult Chaperone per student group; Additional Adults $10 per person
Two sessions are available:
Parking is recommended at Hillman Garage or Gott’s Court Garage. Click here for information about parking in Annapolis.