May and Beyond at the Charleston Museum

The Charleston Museum and its historic houses are open and masks must be worn by visitors. Tours for both historic houses are on the hour from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Saturday and noon to 5:00 pm Sunday. Last tour of the day begins at 4:30 pm.

May 5* – Behind the Seams Exclusively for Society Members

May 7 – Fossil Friday with Curator of Natural History Matthew Gibson

May 8 – The Lawn Party: From Satin to Seersucker opens to the public

May 13* – Homeschool History Day – Marsh Madness

May 13* – Revolutionary War Siege Lines Walking Tour with Director Carl P. Borick

May 14 – Fossil Friday with Curator of Natural History Matthew Gibson

May 21 – Fossil Friday with Curator of Natural History Matthew Gibson

May 25* – Hands on History: The Building Arts

May 28 – Fossil Friday with Curator of Natural History Matthew Gibson

*Reservations Required

Looking ahead to the summer, a variety of programs are planned for adults and children.

June 12* – Indigo Dyeing Workshop with Local Artist Kristy Bishop at the Dill Sanctuary

July 10* –  Sweetgrass Basket Weaving Workshop in the Laura Bragg Boardroom at The Charleston Museum

Kid Tours are returning every Wednesday in June and July at 3:30 pm. Click here for more information about upcoming tours and summer camp events for children.

-Submitted by The Charleston Museum

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