Conservation in action at Hammond-Harwood House

| November 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at a museum to conserve antiques? On Friday November 7th visitors will have the opportunity to see conservation in action with Schoenbauer Furniture Services technicians in our dining room. The museums 18th century drop leaf table will be conserved in order for the table to be put on exhibit again and opened up so visitors may see how it would have been set in the late 18th century.

Hammond-Harwood Dining

Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to go behind the scenes at the Hammond-Harwood House. Program will be part of a guided tour, and is included in regular admission fee. The museum will be opening early at 10am with tours on the hour until 4pm. Technicians are expected to be here around 10am and leave by 1pm, so make sure to get here early!

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