Phoenix Arizona has a natural beauty and climate, Due to its natural beauty and climate, there’s a lot of popular sites in the city to visit including the Heritage Square Museum where it is a living history museum that explores the settlement and development of Southern California during its first 100 years of statehood. In Heritage Square Museum has a lot of annual event to celebrate and you will enjoy it. Here are some events in Heritage Square Museum at Phoenix Arizona that shouldn’t be miss and a worth to take a tour.
Vintage Fashion Show and Tea
The annual event of Vintage Fashion Show and Tea is an entertaining and educational experience for the public because it explores men’s and women’s fashions over several decades and an offering them an opportunity to learn about how environment, technology, and social changes affected in fashion from as early as the 14th century to the tailored looks of the 1940s and 1950s.
Silent and Classic Movie Nights
Silent & Classic Movie Nights in the Heritage Square Museum was the development of Southern California and dedicated to educating the public on the settlement. The guests are allowed to bring their own chairs, blankets, and picnics and to join for two great nights under the stars watching classic films. Enjoy the film amid was projected into the side of our historic boxcar.
Holiday Lamplight Celebration
Heritage Square is known for its beautiful Victorian homes and a family friendly event, guests will be transported to the Victorian Age and Witness as the past becomes the present among the beautiful glow of Victorian homes during Lamplight celebration in Heritage Square Museum at Phoenix Arizona. But take note, this program is not suitable for children under 6 years of age.
The Garden day in Heritage Square Museum was the representative of side yard gardens in the Victorian Era. It run by the volunteers, it features a variety of heirloom fruits vegetables and herbs. Garden Day event in Heritage Square Museum are all welcome to your family and friends no matter their skills level because tools and instruction will be provided. Water, sunblock, hats and gloves are suggested to bring but it is not necessarily.
Halloween and Mourning Tours
The Halloween and mourning tour is the creepy happening of Halloween at Heritage Square Museum. The mourning tours is about to the mourning etiquette to the dead were happens during Victorian era. The Halloween and mourning tours is features the movement of spiritualism by contacting the spirits with table rapping, spirit photography, and palm reading. And you see how other cultures celebrates and remember their love ones and also discover how even the intricate details of clothing signified what phase of mourning for a Victorian individual. Halloween and Mourning Tours becomes more family friendly, visitors may also witness a funerary precession during the day and make 19th century harvest crafts, choose a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch (while supplies last), and listen to spooky stories in the Ford House by the San Gabriel Valley Storytellers.