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News May 8, 2019 - 5:22:48 AM


Call to all detectives, pirates and treasure hunters: A Treasure Hunt to take place at Mathews Park

By Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum





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Norwalk, CT - The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum will launch a Treasure Hunters’ Adventure in collaboration with the Center for Contemporary Printmaking and Stepping Stones Museum for Children on Sunday, June 2, 2-4 p.m. at Mathews Park, Norwalk, CT.

In this park-wide, family-fun adventure, participants are tasked with solving the mystery of a long lost treasure. Using an old faded map as a guide, treasure hunters will need to complete activities, answer questions, and solve puzzles to unlock the escalating levels of the game outside of all three buildings, leading participants to the endgame inside the Mansion.

“While hunting for the hidden bounty, participants will discover history, science, and the arts and become part of an exciting learning adventure with LMMM and its terrific neighbors, CCP and Stepping Stones Museum for Children,” said Executive Director Susan Gilgore. Treasure hunters will be able to play alone or as a team, while all contestants will need to bring their skills, power of observation, talent, and A-Game to find the treasure.

“Stepping Stones is excited to partner with the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum and the Center for Contemporary Printmaking for this fun, park-wide treasure hunt,” said Rhonda Kiest, President and CEO of Stepping Stones Museum for Children. “This is a great way to get people into Mathews Park to explore and learn more about its history and the park tenants.”

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In addition to being part of a great exploration, the top participants who complete this important mission will be awarded a few exciting prizes. “We’re thrilled to again be part of this fun, family activity bringing together our neighbors in both Mathews Park and the Norwalk community. This event provides a unique adventure for curious mystery solvers looking for an exciting challenge,” said Kimberly Henrikson, Executive Director of CCP.

The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum, Stepping Stones Museum for Children and Center for Contemporary Printmaking are all located in Mathews Park in Norwalk, CT. LMMM’s school tours are offered February through December. For more information on the Treasure Hunters’ Adventure and tours and programs please visit www.lockwoodmathewsmansion.com, e-mail info@lockwoodmathewsmansion.com, or call 203-838-9799.




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