Tour Morven’s Reimagined Historic Gardens
WHEN: Fridays at 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: Morven Museum & Garden, 55 Stockton Street, Princeton
ADMISSION: $10; Free for Friends of Morven
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Please preregister online. Tickets can be paid for and picked up in Morven’s gift shop prior to the start of the tour. Ticket includes same-day Museum admission.
Enjoy a 45-minute tour of what's in bloom in Morven’s reimagined gardens! Garden guides will share how the house and gardens evolved under each family that resided at Morven. Beginning with Annis Boudinot Stockton (18th century), Harriet Potter Stockton (19th century), and Helen Hamilton Stockton (20th century), based upon writings and journals of these women, followed by Robert Wood Johnson Jr. and Governor Walter Edge, the house and garden evolved to reflect the taste of the time. This year’s demonstration garden features historical plantings of note that are not to be missed. Space is limited. Shine only, rain cancels garden tour.
Twilight Walking Tours
Join Morven’s docents for combination architectural, historical
and garden tours on the last Thursday of each month beginning
June 27, July 25, August 29, and September 27.
Travel throughout the grounds surrounding the museum exploring
Morven's architecture, garden, outbuildings, old and new, to view Morven in a new light. Photography is welcome and we invite you to share your photos on Facebook and Instagram #morvensummer. Don't miss these special summertime twilight
Pre-registration required. (Shine only...rain cancels Twilight Walking Tour).
The Color Line on the Baseball Diamond
This program is funded by the New Jersey Council for the
For more information contact Morven’s Curator of Education and Public Programs at 609.924.8144 ext. 106 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join historian and film producer Dr. Lawrence Hogan, Negro league’s last team Captain of the Kansas City Monarchs, All Star James Robinson, and poet Kevin Kane for a multifaceted presentation on the complex relationships in “Blackball” during America’s era of segregation.
Included are clips from Dr. Hogan’s documentary Before You Can Say Jackie Robinson: Black Baseball in New Jersey and America and Kevin Kane’s rendition of his original poem “K.C. at the Bat,” a black version of the iconic “Casey at the Bat.”
Ticket includes same-day museum admission. The museum will remain open until 6:00 p.m.