Educational programs for school groups include the American Revolution Learning Station Program. It features costumed demonstrations and self-directed activities that explore the site's history as it relates to the era of the American Revolution. It runs about two hours, and is available for school groups ranging in size from 40 to 80 students. It is offered from October through December and again from late March through June. Outdoor space is available for bag lunches.
Interpretive tours for the general public explore the fascinating history of the 250-year-old church, focusing on the 18th century. You will also see and hear the sounds of the 1830 pipe organ, one of the oldest functioning organs in America. Tours of the historic cemetery -- one of the oldest in the country -- trace the changing nature of religious and secular symbolism as revealed through the stones, over 300 years. We also chronicle the service and stories of soldiers from the colonial wars through the Korean War buried at St. Paul’s.
The current feature exhibition in the museum is: "A Special Role:
St. Paul's Church and World War II".
Last updated: February 15, 2019