The restored 1704 Harriton House and large park are open to the public as a historical and cultural resource providing students and the public a variety of programs.

The private cottage on the grounds of Harriton House provides the perfect setting for children and caregivers to explore the wonders of nature together. The cottage is surrounded by a small enclosed garden—providing the perfect environment for children, parents and caregivers to explore the wonders of nature. In addition to the gardens, there are also resident sheep, cows, chickens and even ʻViggyʼ the horse—providing plenty of opportunities for your childʼs language, education and emotional development.

After the class you are free to roam around the grounds of Harriton House and enjoy all the peace and tranquility on offer. Children love to run and climb in the fresh air, balance on logs and drop pebbles into the stream to watch the ripples.

Class registration includes an annual membership at Harriton House. Visit the Harriton House  for more information on their programs and events.

Directions and Parking

Please park in the main parking lot in the front of Harriton House. Signs will direct you on the short walk to the Cottage and the classes at Pandoraʼs Garden. Fire regulations prohibit cars parking at the Cottage itself.