Tate House Museum and COVID 19
Due to safety concerns associated with COVID-19, the Tate House and Means House visitors center are currently closed to the general public. We are hoping to open again sometime in 2021. Details coming soon.
Tate House Museum in partnership with Stroudwater Neighborhood Association presents…Historic Houses for Contemporary Lives
A Zoom Lecture by Architectural Historian Scott T. Hanson
Thursday May 13 at 6:00 PM
Scott T. Hanson is an author, architectural historian, and preservation consultant. He grew up in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, before settling on the Maine coast and beginning his career in preservation.
Scott’s most recent book, Restoring Your Historic House, was released in December 2019 and won the 2020 Excellence in Publishing award from Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance. He will have book order information at the lecture.
Cost is $5 for members of Tate House Museum (THM) and Stroudwater Neighborhood Association (SNA) and $10 for the general public. To purchase tickets go to the DONATE button below and select $5 or $10 and enter your credit card information. Please leave a comment indicating whether you are a member of THM or SNA. A Zoom link will be sent to your email address the day before the lecture (May 12).
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Tate House Museum offers School Tours to help students better understand the social, political, and architectural history of Pre-Revolutionary 18th-century Maine. We encourage student groups of all ages to visit from third grade through college. A video and resource packet are available for instructor use prior to visiting to the museum.
Our School Program includes a tour of Tate House and a hands-on experience with the Tate Family Trunk Collection. The trunk is filled with reproductions of 18th century objects, similar to those that may have been used by the Tate family in the 1750s, 1760s, and 1770s. Students may examine, touch, and experiment with everything inside!
To schedule a School Tour
Contact 207-774-6177 or email@example.com.
Based on availability. Chaperones and teachers are invited to accompany students free of charge. We recommend one adult per 10 students, with no more than 50 students per tour. School tours are expected to last approximately 2 hours.