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Sunday, March 26

Member FREE Nonmember $5

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978.456.3924. x291

Fruitlands Museum
Harvard, MA

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Family Fun, Outdoor Recreation

Frozen Fruitlands

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Winter at Fruitlands means outdoor fun and adventure each weekend! Every Saturday and Sunday, January through March, bring your winter boots, sleds, snowshoes, or cross-country skis for some high energy fun as you explore our frozen hills and woodland trails. 

Then come warm up with us. There will be a toasty fire outside the visitor center and hot chocolate available inside the building. A Fruitlands staff member will be available to recommend trails and to answer questions. Be sure to check in at the Gift Shop for an admission sticker.

Frozen Fruitlands includes admission to the Art Museum. On display are Hudson River landscapes to inspire. Open through March 19th is "Find Your Park:National Parks in New England," a photography exhibition celebrating the National Park Service's 100th Brithday. Developed in partnership with Freedom's Way National Heritage Area, this exhibition shows off the beauty of New England and the important work being done to preserve and promote our shared resources.   A new exhibit, "Comforts, Cures, and Distractions" invites visitors to reflect on New England winters of long ago and how people spent their time in its duration. 

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