A walk through the Whaley Historic House Museum is always full of wonder, but it will be especially so this Saturday and Dec. 20 as the museum presents “A Walk through the Pages: A Christmas Carol.”
From 1-4 p.m. Dec. 13 and 20, theater students will entertain museum visitors with Christmas carols and readings of “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens.
Built in 1884, the Whaley House is filled with hundreds of family and period artifacts that tell the story of the Whaleys and Victorian-era Flint. You can take a guided tour of this incredible house during the holiday season with historical decorations filling every room and each bedroom decorated to represent a character from the Dickens’ classic tale.
On Saturdays, enjoy carols and readings of “A Christmas Carol” by dressed interpreters from the University of Michigan-Flint theater department. Children will also be able to enjoy a craft, write a letter to Santa or play with “snow.”
The cost is $5 for children and $3 for students with a valid ID and children under 12. Members will receive complimentary admission.
Whaley Historic House Museum is located at 624 E. Kearsley St., Flint. Learn more here.
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