The Grundy Museum, 610 Radcliffe St. in Bristol, is presenting its second annual Victorian Holiday House, Dec. 3-23.
The ground floor of the museum will be decorated with exquisite Victorian displays designed in partnership with Jimmy Bason Gilpatrick, proprietor of Bristol’s own Bird of Paradise Flowers. This is a great way to celebrate an authentic, late 19th century Christmas in the beautifully-restored home of the Grundy family.
This is a timed ticket event and space is limited. Tickets are $20 per adult; $10 per child (12 and under). To purchase a ticket, visit grundymuseum.ticketleap.com. Each guest will receive a takeaway gift to celebrate the season.
Social distancing guidelines will be maintained, and masks are required. Because this is a timed entry event, late arrivals may not be accommodated.
Proceeds from the Victorian Holiday House benefit the Grundy Foundation’s “CanDoMore Campaign 4,” which focuses on the conservation of select Grundy family textiles and the purchase of new state-of-the-art 3D printing technologies for the Grundy Library. Donations are gratefully accepted the day of the event, or can be made anytime.
For more information, visit grundymuseum.org or follow on Facebook and Instagram. The museum is also now on YouTube.