Whether you participated in the sourdough craze of 2020 or have memories of bread baking in your grandmother’s kitchen, you know there is nothing like a fresh-baked loaf of bread.

Bread was one of the most important foods of colonial times.  Watch an 18th century breadmaking demonstration in Kenmore’s kitchen at the opening weekend edition of our Taste Through Time program.

During your visit, the kitchen will be open for guests to watch a baking demonstration and learn about the history of bread, its processes, and the people who made it in Colonial America.  While you enjoy the presentation, partake a sample of bread!

The kitchen will be open throughout the day, and entry is included with general admission fees. Visitors may reserve house tour tickets online (for March 3 after 12pm) or purchase on-site at the front desk. Museum only admission can be purchased on-site. Both admission rates include entry to the kitchen.

House Tour
$12 – adults
$6 – students ages 6-17
Free – children under 6

Museum Admission
$6 – adults
$3 – students ages 6-17
Free – children under 6

House tour times: 12:15, 1:30, 2:45, 4:00

Questions? Email learn@gwffoundation.org
or call 540-370-0732 x11.