Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Vaughan Woods & Historic Homestead is a non-profit nature preserve and non-traditional house museum that seeks to connect people to place through nature, history and the arts.
Saturday, June 23 from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.. Eat, drink, unwind & enjoy a bit of history! Celebrate summer with friends, stroll the gardens, take in a bit of history, eat delicious food, watch artists at work and bid on “wet paint” art and unique auction items! Musical Performance: Classical Guitar
When a stray bit of ash from the factories along the brook below the Homestead blew onto William Warren Vaughan’s porch and landed in his teacup in the late 1800s, he became determined to buy back the family lands adjacent to the house that had become industrialized — so goes
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When William Warren Vaughan dreamed of restoring the woods adjacent to his family’s 1794 historic home after they had been ravaged by industry, he envisioned a magical and wild place to be enjoyed by future generations. Thus, between 1890 and 1930 he and his brother Benjamin worked tirelessly to purchase