Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library
Bank to Bend
March 13, 10 am–3 pm
Celebrate the winter garden and early spring bulb displays of the March Bank with guided and self-guided walking tours. Lean into the wonders of the season as we design a floral piece that will show off the season’s winter whites and evergreen foliage.
Floral Design: Basket of Bulbs I Virtual
March 17, 5:30–7:30 pm
The March Bank will be our inspiration as Floral Supervisor Heidi Militana guides you in creating a unique arrangement of spring flowering bulbs.
Here Comes the Bride: Recreating Ruth Wales’s 1916 Wedding Gown Lecture I Virtual
March 9, 6–7 pm
Dr. Karin Bohleke of the Fashion Archives and Museum of Shippensburg University discusses recreating Ruth Wales du Pont’s stunning wedding gown. [Winterthur.org/lectures]
Objects Up Close: Toxic Tomes I Virtual
March 16, 10–11 am
View decorated Victorian bookbindings up close and learn more about the Winterthur Poison Book Project. Lean into the wonders of the season as we design a floral piece that will show off the season’s winter whites and evergreen foliage.
The Winterthur Story
Welcome to Winterthur! Founded by Henry Francis du Pont, Winterthur (pronounced “winter-tour”) is an American Treasure. Regarded as one of America’s most beautiful historic homes and mansions, on par with Biltmore Estate, Monticello, and Hearst Castle, visitors marvel at du Pont’s elegantly-furnished 175-room former home. Winterthur’s 60-acre garden is considered one of this nation’s great gardens, and its research library serves scholars from around the world. We invite you to explore Winterthur’s beauty and history. Find out more.
As with any facility outside of your home, use of the facilities at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library may expose you to the COVID-19 virus. Your decision to access this facility is made knowingly and voluntarily by you with full knowledge of this risk. If you do decide to visit Winterthur, your use of these facilities (including all indoor and outdoor spaces) shall mean that you are accepting the risks associated with the COVID-19 virus, have read and agree to all of our rules and protocols as they relate to COVID-19, and acknowledge that Winterthur is not responsible should you contract the virus. It is presumed that you will make your own assessment of the associated risks of coming to Winterthur and will act accordingly.