Hill-Stead Museum and Private Home, CT - Thursday, May 16
Hill-Stead Museum/Private Home, Farmington, CT
Thursday, May 16
Masterpieces by Degas and Monet with original home furnishings make the Hill-stead collection one of the most significant in the US today. During our docent-guided tour, we will view additional works-by Manet, Whistler, and Cassatt, as well as Japanese woodblock prints and decorative arts. The Hill-stead Museum, one of the nation’s few remaining representations of early 20th century Country Place Estates, is noted for its 1901 hilltop Colonial Revival house set on over 150 acres.
This is a unique experience-viewing world-class art in a gracious home setting.
After our tour, there will be time to stroll through the beautiful gardens on your own.
Before the Museum visit, enjoy lunch in the popular Butchers & Bakers farm-to-table restaurant. All baked goods are prepared on premises; almost all food is sourced locally. Our buffet lunch, in a private area of the restaurant, will feature salad, salmon, chicken, vegetarian pasta, roasted vegetables, cookies, brownies, fresh fruit, and coffee/tea.
Thursday, May 16, Depart 9 a.m.; anticipated return 6 p.m. $129 Resident, $144 Nonresident, (includes admission, docent-guided tour, lunch, transportation, and all gratuities) Wheelchair accessible to first floor of museum, one flight of steps to view second floor. No refund or credit on cancellation after April 16, unless you can be replaced with someone from our waiting list.