Ramsey Time Capsule: 1861

Date/Time

Sep 7, 2013
12:00 PM until 03:00 PM

Description

Experience the sights and sounds of 1861 in this one-hour, family-friendly program. Children (ages 6 and up) and their parents will use a timeline map to explore the Ramsey House and discover the events that made 1861 so special. Along the way, guests will sample popular foods of the era, learn about the new inventions and technology of the day, and also learn about the Civil War. Before and after the event, children will be able to create their own time capsule to take home.

Cost

$7-$10

Location

View map Alexander Ramsey House
265 S. Exchange St.
St. Paul, MN

Additional Information

Sponsor

Minnesota Historical Society

Phone

651-296-8760

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