Each week Middleton Place’s team of historians and interpreters are presenting fun and educational content, keeping students and families connected to American History and to Middleton Place.
Programming provides historical aspects of a different theme each week, connecting our lives today to the past. From garden tours, to exhibits, to meeting the historic breeds, to book talks and panel discussions with partner historic sites, audiences continue to experience the uniquely American stories of Middleton Place National Historic Landmark and the Edmondston-Alston House online.
Tuesday – 11:00 am “Let’s Talk Tuesday”
Chat with Historians on a variety of topics surrounding Living History and beyond.
March 24 – Welcome to Plugged In To History
Wednesday – 11:00 am “On The Farm”
Each week during the “On The Farm” program you will learn all about Stableyard life, from heritage breeds to farming and more.
March 25 – Gulf Coast Sheep
Thursday – 11:00 am “Hands-On History”
Do something together! Families or lifelong learners can follow along for at home with crafts, lessons, contests, home and garden projects, or cooking in the kitchen.
March 26 – Arthur Middleton/Flat Arthur
Friday – 5:00 pm “History Unplugged”
Programming on historic drinks and food, as well as social practices of the past.
March 27 – Colonial Cocktails
Be sure to follow Middleton Place on social media to keep up with these programs and more!