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Annual Easter Egg Dye-O-Rama


What’s Happening?

Each year, the Neill-Cochran House Museum opens its doors to feature free, hands-on Easter egg dyeing, scavenger hunts, self-paced tours, and (weather permitting) lawn games with space to picnic in the shade.

Though the museum will be open for free, the suggested donation for each egg is $2 with all proceeds benefiting ongoing programming at the Neill-Cochran House Museum.

The museum will provide blown (emptied) eggs, dyes, wax resists, tables, chairs, and volunteers to offer help with the process. Visitors are also welcome to bring their own boiled or blown eggs. While the eggs dry, visitors are invited indoors to visit the Hope for Spring exhibit, and re-experience the Neill-Cochran House Museum.

This event will take place outdoors on our spacious lawn. Crowd size will be managed to ensure appropriate social distancing is maintained. For the safety of all visitors and staff we do request that everyone wear a mask while on site.

Each year, the Neill-Cochran House Museum opens its doors to feature free, hands-on Easter egg dyeing, scavenger hunts, self-paced tours, and (weather permitting) lawn games with space to picnic in the shade.

Though the museum will be open for free, the suggested donation for each egg is $2 with all proceeds benefiting ongoing programming at the Neill-Cochran House Museum.

The museum will provide blown (emptied) eggs, dyes, wax resists, tables, chairs, and volunteers to offer help with the process. Visitors are also welcome to bring their own boiled or blown eggs. While the eggs dry, visitors are invited indoors to visit the Hope for Spring exhibit, and re-experience the Neill-Cochran House Museum.

This event will take place outdoors on our spacious lawn. Crowd size will be managed to ensure appropriate social distancing is maintained. For the safety of all visitors and staff we do request that everyone wear a mask while on site.

About The Organization
The Neill-Cochran House Museum is located in the heart of Austin, TX, just a few minutes walk from the UT-Austin campus. We steward the city's 10th oldest historic site (1856), including Austin's only intact slave quarters. We share our site, Austin, and Texas history from the city's birth in 1839 up to 1930 through historically furnished spaces as well as numerous rotating art and history exhibitions. The Neill-Cochran House Museum is open Wednesdays through Sundays from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more information, please contact the museum office at 512.478.2335 or info@nchmuseum.org.
When & Where?
Friday, Apr 2, 2021 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Neill-Cochran House Museum
2310 San Gabriel Street
Austin, Texas
Free

Special Instructions
Free parking behind the Museum!

What To Expect

Spring

Arts & Culture Classes

Museum Exhibit

Creative

History

Nonprofit Fundraisers

Other Arts and Culture

Other Games

Nonprofit Events

Socializing

Other Entertainment

Other Volunteering/Nonprofits

Folk & Traditional

Easter

DIY

Exhibit

Art Exhibition

Kid Friendly

With Friends

Outside

Local


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