Let’s Celebrate This WaterFire Weekend!

To celebrate the Saturday, July 18, full WaterFire lighting, the John Brown House Museum (52 Power St.) will be open from 10am until 7:30pm, and will reopen on Sunday, July 19, at 1pm, closing at 4pm.

A special walking tour on Saturday, July 18 (5:30pm, starting at the JBHM), will capture the spirit of revolution and independence, while another on Sunday, July 19 (noon, JBHM), will follow our “Benefit Street: A Mile of History” route.

For more information on walking tours, click here. To make reservations, contact Tourism Services Mgr. Barbara Barnes at bbarnes@rihs.org or (401) 273-7507 x362.

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