Making History Workshops at King Manor are a free weekly summer program for pre-teens and teens (ages 10+), every Wednesday! Every workshop features one project based on the daily lives of the diverse community of Queens in the 1800s, where kids can try their hands at real recipes, methods, and concepts from the 19th century. Join us for these sessions as well:
PLEASE NOTE: RSVP for each session required. Individuals (and siblings) only, no groups.
July 10th - The Science of Ink: Make ink and write with a quill pen
July 17th - Cheesemaking: Make and eat your own cheese!
July 24th - Put a Spin on It: Spin your own wool yarn (and make a bracelet or keychain)
July 31st - Coloring the 1800s: Dyeing fabric naturally in the 19th century
August 7th - Traveling Teas: Taste teas from across the 19th century world and make your own blend
August 14th - Doughnuts! Need we say more? Make your own doughnuts over an outdoor fire, 1800s style!
Address: 150-03 Jamaica Ave.
Jamaica, NY 11432
About King Manor Museum
Standard hours: Weekdays: 12-2; Weekends: 1-5
Wheelchair accessible: Partially
Stroller parking: Yes
Stroller check: No
Bring food: No
Buy food: No
Where is food allowed: Food not allowed at all
Changing tables in the women's room(s): No
Changing tables in the men's room(s): No
Family bathroom: Yes
Founded in 1900, King Manor Association of L.I., Inc. operates King Manor as a historic house museum to preserve and interpret the home and legacy of Rufus King. Our goal is to make history relevant and immediate, and to foster an awareness of the roots of the present and a deeper appreciation of history as an on-going process.
Come enjoy a tour of our period rooms, listen to a concert, attend a lecture, or bring the family for free crafts, and much more!
Parking: Street Parking
Nearest public transportation stop: Jamaica Center: E, J,Z; Parsons: F
Play area: Outdoor
Party room: No