Historical Society Upcoming Events
June 1st to September 15th there will be many things to see at Randall
House. Our temporary exhibit room will always have a special exhibit
featured, and the way the rooms of the house are interpreted often changes
from year to year. There are special events scheduled to complement
the exhibits, so watch our website or give the museum a call at 902-542-9775
to find out what's going on.
the Randall House Museum is closed for the season (September 15th to June
15th) the Wolfville Historical Society plans a series of talks on
historical subjects which usually take place at the Wolfville Fire Hall
on Locust Avenue. In December there is often a special Christmas
evening of seasonal music and food at Randall House. A fund-raising
dinner with special guest speaker takes place in the fall. Check
our home page for the latest information.
visiting the museum with their parents or guardian a specially designed
museum tour is offered where children can experience how things were done
in the past.
and workshops will be offered throughout the summer in conjunction with
past summers we have had tea parties in the garden, a Teddy Bear picnic,
an ice cream social, or the always popular Patriquin Regatta where children
build and sail model boats on the old Duck Pond in Willow Park. Charles
Patriquin lived in the Randall House with his family, and took a special
interest in children and the Duck Pond, which he helped to establish.
Check the home page to see what's planned for the summer season.
group visits from students, seniors, crafters, bus tours, youth groups
etc. but we ask that you book your time ahead. If your group would
like to visit please fill out the booking form [click
here for the booking form ]
and return it to the Curator at the Randall House, 259 Main Street, Wolfville,
NS, B4P 1C6 so we can tailor your tour to your special interests.
form is a .pdf file, you will need the free Acrobat Reader in order
to open and read the form
Please print off the form and mail it to the Randall House Museum.