The Griffin Discovery Room is a hands-on space for children and families to learn about the past and discover their own place in history:

  • Become an archaeologist and dig and analyze artifacts
  • Design and construct buildings at the block table
  • Print a miniature copy of the Declaration of Independence
  • Share family stories through an oral history interview
  • Curl up with a good book in the reading nook

The Griffin Discovery Room has reopened in a new location at the Woodland Pavilion next to the David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center.

May - October: Open daily from 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. 

Mountaintop Activity Center

On the mountaintop: Write with a quill pen, crack a code with a wheel cipher, and explore mystery objects. Available seasonally; located outdoors next to the Farm Shop.