March 26, 2022
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cliveden of the National Trust
Tour of Cliveden’s women’s exhibit, Preserving & Adapting Their World: The Women of Cliveden
Built in 1767 as a summer home to the Chew family, Cliveden was the site of the Revolutionary War Battle of Germantown in 1777 and explores the lives of the Chew family and their workers, both the enslaved and servants, from the 1760s until the 1970s. The tour will explore Cliveden’s current exhibition, Preserving & Adapting their World: The Women of Cliveden with Education Director Carolyn Wallace. Learn about how the exhibit was developed and have the opportunity to see objects from Cliveden’s textile collections not currently on view.
The fee for the tour is $25.00. Please register for the tour through Mt. Airy Learning Tree’s website.
For this indoor class please bring your vaccination card, or a photo of your vaccination card, to the first session. A MALT teacher or staff member will check you in. Masks are required while taking indoor classes.