Waterhouse Residence & Carpentry Shop Museums Tour·(Grades K-12)
Travel back to the era of Calling Cards, Corsets, and Courting Sofas with a visit to the Art & History Museum’s beautifully constructed Victorian era home. Your tour of the Historic Waterhouse Residence Museum is guided by a trained docent and will allow your class or group to see what life was like in the 1880s.
Your visit is enhanced with a trip to William Waterhouse’s Carpentry Shop where he kept the tools that built the Waterhouse Residence and other Maitland buildings. You’ll get to see how the tools worked and find out about
Mr. Waterhouse’s chosen occupation.
820 Lake Lily Drive
*Closed Major Holidays
Field Trip/Tour Admission
Maximun Group Size: 30 (Larger groups may combine this experience with a tour of one of our other facilities, in order to be accommodated).
Tour Duration: approximately 1.5 hours
To schedule your trip, please contact:
Jill E. Nash Director of Education
Phone: 407.539.2181 ext. 264
School groups may also choose to incorporate another program into the tour. The Art & History Museums offers the Carpentry Crew program and the Hats, Teas and History program.