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Under the Tree: A Century of Holiday Trees and Toys
Mercer Museum and Fonthill CastleNovember 24, 2014
East Court Street & Route 313
Doylestown, PA 18901
The exhibition Under the Tree: A Century of Holiday Trees and Toys is dedicated to the Christmas season and its decorations from earlier eras, 1860s to 1960s. A Century of desired toys and games from the past are showcased in addition to a variety of decorated Christmas trees from many decades. This annual exhibition features items from the Mercer Museum and from private collectors.
The renowned photographer Brian Skerry latest work with National Geographic is a 50-picture series about the depths of the ocean. The underwater oasis, which harbors many different specimens, structures and colors, is beautiful and mystical at the same time. Skerry's work also aims to bring awareness of the danger the ocean is in. The Global fish crisis and pollution are just some of the themes showcased in this exhibit.
Join Elmo, Oscar, Grover and the rest of your "Sesame Street" friends on an interactive journey through the body at The Franklin Institute. Little explorers will learn how their body works as they hop, jump, run and dance through this hands-on adventure. Learn about germs under Oscar's giant Sneeze Machine. Enter Elmo's World to see how he stays healthy. Wheel, row and run your way through Rosita's Locomotion station, and feel how your body works performing different modes of transportation. Plus, your ticket also includes admission to The Franklin Institute.
Chocolate: The Exhibition, showcases the treat that sparks desire and cravings from millions of people. The exhibit illustrates the effects the cacao bean has on the human culture, the global economy and the tropical ecosystem. Artists also display the journey of chocolate from a normal tree in the rainforest, over the Atlantic and how the cacao bean becomes a delicious treat through the addition of sugar.