Get a double dose of beauty with this two- part tour of Winterthur Museum and Gardens. We’ll begin with a walking tour of the March Bank – Winterthur’s oldest surviving garden built in 1902 – as well as other early – blooming parts of the Garden, featuring Galanthus (giant and common), winter aconite, Amur adonis, spring snowflake, spring beauty, Italian windflowers, and crocus. Assistant Director & Curator of Plants Linda Eirhart, and Associate Garden Curator Carol Long will accompany and share background on the history, growth, and care of the Garden. After a lunch break (on your own at the Winterthur Café), we will go back to the Museum for a self – guided tour of the Costumes of Downton Abbey exhibit. The ticket includes a tour of the main area of the house, which is good for two days. Lunch on your own. Space is limited. Register early.