Events

                  Ludwig David von Schweinitz was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in 1780. He was a great-grandson of Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinsendorf, founder of the Moravian Church. Early on he was a great student. In 1807 he worked as a preacher in the Moravian church abroad where […]

                          Weekly Friday Baking in a Wood-Fired Brick Beehive Oven Join Sister Hillary every Friday in the yard of the Miksch House to see the way Sister Henrietta Miksch historically baked her gingerbread to sell to customers over a period of about 30 […]

  Adjacent to the Single Brothers Garden at the intersection of West & Salt Streets Saturday Mornings 9:00 a.m. to Noon Old Salem Museums & Gardens is pleased to partner in bringing fresh, local farm products into the heart of the city and restoring a tradition that began in Salem more than 200 years ago. […]

    “Old Salem’s had something of a makeover, and it’s wonderful!” Grab the kids and head to the NEW Old Salem for an all-day (or two-day) experience. Start the day off at the Cobblestone/Old Salem Farmers Market, spend some family, quality-time with us exploring all of the history within the new kid-friendly “please touch” […]

                  Ludwig David von Schweinitz was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in 1780. He was a great-grandson of Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinsendorf, founder of the Moravian Church. Early on he was a great student. In 1807 he worked as a preacher in the Moravian church abroad where […]

                          Weekly Friday Baking in a Wood-Fired Brick Beehive Oven Join Sister Hillary every Friday in the yard of the Miksch House to see the way Sister Henrietta Miksch historically baked her gingerbread to sell to customers over a period of about 30 […]

  Adjacent to the Single Brothers Garden at the intersection of West & Salt Streets Saturday Mornings 9:00 a.m. to Noon Old Salem Museums & Gardens is pleased to partner in bringing fresh, local farm products into the heart of the city and restoring a tradition that began in Salem more than 200 years ago. […]

    “Old Salem’s had something of a makeover, and it’s wonderful!” Grab the kids and head to the NEW Old Salem for an all-day (or two-day) experience. Start the day off at the Cobblestone/Old Salem Farmers Market, spend some family, quality-time with us exploring all of the history within the new kid-friendly “please touch” […]

                                    Workshop Description:  Using broom corn grown in our garden, learn how to make your own hearth broom and egg whisk to take home. Cost:  $50 per person Workshop Location:  Single Brothers House Kitchen, 600 South Main.  Please […]

                  Ludwig David von Schweinitz was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in 1780. He was a great-grandson of Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinsendorf, founder of the Moravian Church. Early on he was a great student. In 1807 he worked as a preacher in the Moravian church abroad where […]

  Adjacent to the Single Brothers Garden at the intersection of West & Salt Streets Saturday Mornings 9:00 a.m. to Noon Old Salem Museums & Gardens is pleased to partner in bringing fresh, local farm products into the heart of the city and restoring a tradition that began in Salem more than 200 years ago. […]

    “Old Salem’s had something of a makeover, and it’s wonderful!” Grab the kids and head to the NEW Old Salem for an all-day (or two-day) experience. Start the day off at the Cobblestone/Old Salem Farmers Market, spend some family, quality-time with us exploring all of the history within the new kid-friendly “please touch” […]

            The Moravians of Salem had an advanced understanding of science and technology: agriculture, astronomy, botany, surveying, architecture and manufacturing. Science was a tool used to solve the problems of everyday life. The American scientific “can-do” spirit led to many revolutionary discoveries and inventions. On high-volume days there is a […]

            The Moravians of Salem had an advanced understanding of science and technology: agriculture, astronomy, botany, surveying, architecture and manufacturing. Science was a tool used to solve the problems of everyday life. The American scientific “can-do” spirit led to many revolutionary discoveries and inventions. On high-volume days there is a […]

                  Ludwig David von Schweinitz was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in 1780. He was a great-grandson of Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinsendorf, founder of the Moravian Church. Early on he was a great student. In 1807 he worked as a preacher in the Moravian church abroad where […]

                          Weekly Friday Baking in a Wood-Fired Brick Beehive Oven Join Sister Hillary every Friday in the yard of the Miksch House to see the way Sister Henrietta Miksch historically baked her gingerbread to sell to customers over a period of about 30 […]

  Adjacent to the Single Brothers Garden at the intersection of West & Salt Streets Saturday Mornings 9:00 a.m. to Noon Old Salem Museums & Gardens is pleased to partner in bringing fresh, local farm products into the heart of the city and restoring a tradition that began in Salem more than 200 years ago. […]

                                Workshop Description:  In this one-day workshop Leo Rucker, a local artist and the Manager of the St. Phillips Heritage Center at Old Salem, will guide attendees through a practical approach for drawing and painting portraits. He will show how […]

    “Old Salem’s had something of a makeover, and it’s wonderful!” Grab the kids and head to the NEW Old Salem for an all-day (or two-day) experience. Start the day off at the Cobblestone/Old Salem Farmers Market, spend some family, quality-time with us exploring all of the history within the new kid-friendly “please touch” […]

                                  Workshop Description:  Make a beautiful leaf plate using a reproduction Moravian mold as well as build a Moravian base using the slab method.  Plate and vase will be glaze and fired by our potters and ready for pickup […]

            The Moravians of Salem had an advanced understanding of science and technology: agriculture, astronomy, botany, surveying, architecture and manufacturing. Science was a tool used to solve the problems of everyday life. The American scientific “can-do” spirit led to many revolutionary discoveries and inventions. On high-volume days there is a […]

            The Moravians of Salem had an advanced understanding of science and technology: agriculture, astronomy, botany, surveying, architecture and manufacturing. Science was a tool used to solve the problems of everyday life. The American scientific “can-do” spirit led to many revolutionary discoveries and inventions. On high-volume days there is a […]

                  Ludwig David von Schweinitz was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in 1780. He was a great-grandson of Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinsendorf, founder of the Moravian Church. Early on he was a great student. In 1807 he worked as a preacher in the Moravian church abroad where […]

            Due to Hurricane Florence threats, the Elizabeth Chew lecture planned for Thursday, September 13 is cancelled. The re-scheduled date is Thursday, October 18 – – hope to see you then! Description: Public Presentation & Panel discussion: The Mere Distinction of Colour at James Madison’s Montpelier presented by Elizabeth Chew, […]

                          Weekly Friday Baking in a Wood-Fired Brick Beehive Oven Join Sister Hillary every Friday in the yard of the Miksch House to see the way Sister Henrietta Miksch historically baked her gingerbread to sell to customers over a period of about 30 […]

  Adjacent to the Single Brothers Garden at the intersection of West & Salt Streets Saturday Mornings 9:00 a.m. to Noon Old Salem Museums & Gardens is pleased to partner in bringing fresh, local farm products into the heart of the city and restoring a tradition that began in Salem more than 200 years ago. […]

    “Old Salem’s had something of a makeover, and it’s wonderful!” Grab the kids and head to the NEW Old Salem for an all-day (or two-day) experience. Start the day off at the Cobblestone/Old Salem Farmers Market, spend some family, quality-time with us exploring all of the history within the new kid-friendly “please touch” […]

                              Workshop Description:  Join us as we gather around the warm hearth to cook a variety of recipes from the Winkler Family.  We will use a variety of hearth cooking methods to make cherry bread pudding and more seasonal treats. Cost […]

            The Moravians of Salem had an advanced understanding of science and technology: agriculture, astronomy, botany, surveying, architecture and manufacturing. Science was a tool used to solve the problems of everyday life. The American scientific “can-do” spirit led to many revolutionary discoveries and inventions. On high-volume days there is a […]

            The Moravians of Salem had an advanced understanding of science and technology: agriculture, astronomy, botany, surveying, architecture and manufacturing. Science was a tool used to solve the problems of everyday life. The American scientific “can-do” spirit led to many revolutionary discoveries and inventions. On high-volume days there is a […]

                  Ludwig David von Schweinitz was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in 1780. He was a great-grandson of Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinsendorf, founder of the Moravian Church. Early on he was a great student. In 1807 he worked as a preacher in the Moravian church abroad where […]

                          Weekly Friday Baking in a Wood-Fired Brick Beehive Oven Join Sister Hillary every Friday in the yard of the Miksch House to see the way Sister Henrietta Miksch historically baked her gingerbread to sell to customers over a period of about 30 […]

                    October 26, 27, 29, and 30, 2018 Tour times are: 7:00, 7:15, 7:30, 7:45, 8:00, 8:15, 8:30, 8:45 and 9:00. Tours will leave promptly every 15 minutes.  Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled tour start time. Tours last approximately 1 hour. Tour Description: BOOOO.  […]

  Adjacent to the Single Brothers Garden at the intersection of West & Salt Streets Saturday Mornings 9:00 a.m. to Noon Old Salem Museums & Gardens is pleased to partner in bringing fresh, local farm products into the heart of the city and restoring a tradition that began in Salem more than 200 years ago. […]

    “Old Salem’s had something of a makeover, and it’s wonderful!” Grab the kids and head to the NEW Old Salem for an all-day (or two-day) experience. Start the day off at the Cobblestone/Old Salem Farmers Market, spend some family, quality-time with us exploring all of the history within the new kid-friendly “please touch” […]