Wyck is a special place where history intersects — and influences — contemporary life and feeds curiosity about the world. We recognize the unique opportunities that we have with our largely unaltered 2.5-acre green space nestled within an urban community. Utilizing our site’s land, history, and collections, we offer reasonably priced public programs, free community festivals, and a weekly farmers market with an emphasis on local history, horticulture, urban agriculture, and community.
All of our programs contribute toward our core mission to perpetuate the original Wistar-Haines family values of innovation, social responsibility, and environmental sustainability.
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How Refrigeration Works – A Community Read Program 11:00 am
How Refrigeration Works – A Comm... @ Wyck Historic House Garden and Farm
Apr 8 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
This Spring we join with local libraries and community partners for the annual Community Read sponsored by Longwood Gardens. This year’s community read aims to explore—and explain—the science, technology, and engineering