Thurs. July 28, 2022              Tour, Tram-Ride, Gardens      
Winterthur Museum & Gardens Presents 
  “Walking in Jackie’s Footsteps” 

In 1961, an unusual partnership was formed when the youngest First Lady in American history, Jacqueline Kennedy, appointed Henry Francis Du Pont, to lead her project to restore the White House interiors. 
Du Pont brought credibility to Kennedy’s efforts and vision, and her enormous popularity lifted him onto the nation stage and validated his life’s work. Together, they transformed the White House from a mere public residence into a museum, and along the way, they engaged with some of the most celebrated interior designers of the 20th century.  

When we arrive – you will have time to eat lunch on your own in their spacious café with many options to choose from. 

Then, take a guided house tour – follow the path of Jacqueline Kennedy on her trip to Winterhur. See the rooms and collections that inspired her to restore the White House. 

After the tour – you can visit the museum just across from the house featuring two floors of the finest examples of American decorative art. 

Visit the Museum Store at the Cottage with home décor, gifts, jewelry and more. 

 And, no visit is complete without their garden tram tour. Guides will share highlights of the garden and the history of Winterhur on a 30 minute narrated tour.

Price: $105.00 includes admissions & transportation 
  Take off $5.00 - check, money order or cash only  

Bus Leaves: Pt. 1 @8:30am Pt. 2 @8:40 Pt. 3 @8:50 Pt. 4 @9:00  
Return approx.. 8:00pm