SHINING A LIGHT ON THE VICTORIAN ERA

This photo shows the mansion with a Model T, much like the one owned by Dr. Physick.

Carriage House Café & Tearoom, 1048 Washington St.


From candles, grease and lard in simple lamps, to fantastic shale oil and kerosene chandeliers, advances in lighting during the 19th century were a technological revolution. From historic Lighting authority Brett Ewald, hear anecdotes and see over a dozen antique hand blown and crafted sparking, miniature, finger and stand
lamps, which brought grace and light to the Victorian boardroom and bedroom.

 

$25. Admission includes afternoon tea and program.


Purchase tickets at the Washington Street Mall Information Booth or the Carriage House Visitors Center.

 

CLICK HERE  for Information Booth, Hill House and Carriage House hours of operation 

For more information,

call 609-884-5404