Village Life Tour
OUR MOST POPULAR TOUR
In this guided tour costumed interpreters will walk students through our 1836 village stopping along the way in the Visitor’s Center, Chapel/Schoolhouse, Blacksmith Shop, Carpentry Shop, Manager’s House, and General Store. While traveling from building to building they will also draw your attention to various other points of interest. This tour will highlight what daily life was like in the year 1836, giving students a chance to see craftsmen practicing their trade and learn about occupations of the past, get a glimpse of a 19th century school day, and see how the lives of everyday people in the early 19th century differ from the lives we lead today.
Games on the Green: Take a playcation to 1836
Have you ever wondered what people in the past did for fun? Did they sit down to play games in the family room after coming home from work or school? What sort of games did they play in industrial communities like the one at Allaire? And, most important of all, were the games they played as much fun as the games we play today? If these questions got you curious, then the Historic Village at Allaire’s Games on the Green experience is the right choice for you! Games on the Green balances entertainment and education for school, scout, and camp groups! With a selection of historic games to choose from curated to appeal to visitors of all ages, this is the perfect program for school, scout, and camp groups looking to bring history to life!
Two tour slots are available for reservation each day: a morning tour slot, running from 10AM to 12PM; and an afternoon slot, from 12 PM to 2 PM. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing that is appropriate for the weather and easy to move around in. Groups must provide their own food and water. Thirty minutes of rest and recovery time are scheduled into the tour. Groups must provide their own garbage bags and remove their waste with them.