In the Winterthur Galleries, visitors can view A Colorful Folk exhibit, which depicts Pennsylvania German folk art with more than 125 pieces.
On March 19, learn about the Pennsylvania German Fraktur from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. in the Rotunda. Fraktur is a German tradition of decorating manuscripts and printed items and was first introduced in 1683.
On March 26, join in a discussion titled “Dissolving the Political Bands: Depiction of American Rebellion by a London Print Publisher” at 12:15 p.m. in the Rotunda
If you need even more reasons to visit Winterthur check out these upcoming events.
- April 18 is Daffodil Day on Sycamore Hill
- May 9 is Azaleas and Bluebells in Azalea Woods
- May 17 enjoy Peonies and Primroses in the Quarry Garden and Peony Garden