Join us for a Special Fundraiser for the Ringwood Manor Association of the Arts!
UPDATE: The Magic Lantern Show has sold out. Thank you for the support!
Magic Lantern Show
As early as the 17th century, the magic lantern was used to project hand-painted slides in glowing, luminous color for awestruck audiences. The Magic Lantern at Ringwood Manor will be held inside the historic Great Hall and include demonstrations by filmmaker, author, and magic lanternist Joel Schlemowitz of the 18th-century Phantasmagoria, a show which used the magic lantern to create images of ghosts and spirits. This will be followed by projections of some of Mr. Schlemowitz’ collection of 19th-century magic lantern slides, including animated slip-slides, gearwork moving images, and dissolving views.
Only 40 tickets sold!
$20 for Ringwood Manor Association of the Arts Members
$25 for non-members
All proceeds benefit the Ringwood Manor Association of the Arts Carriage Barn Roof Restoration Fund.
Tickets on Sale Starting on August 15th at 9:00am
We’re excited to announce our first online photo and calendar contest. Our goal is to create a calendar highlighting the beauty of Ringwood State Park and raise funds for the much needed replacement of the Ringwood Manor Carriage Barn Roof.
You need not be an RMAA member to participate.
The contest runs from June 30th – August 15th 2019.
These hour and a half long tours allow visitors to experience Ringwood Manor as the
sun sets on the longest day of 2019!
Guides take groups through the interior of the historic house, telling the various legends and lore about the site, followed by a lantern-lit walk down to the cemetery on the property.
The sun will just be setting as the 7:00pm tour heads to the cemetery at dusk,
while the 8:00pm & 9:00pm tours will have a spookier walk as darkness descends.
Tours are strictly limited to 20 people.
Tickets are purchased in advance starting at 9:00 am on May 24th, 2019.
Event tickets are sold exclusively through Ringwood Manor :
Tours are not suitable for young children (ages 12 and under) or people unable to walk or stand for long periods of time.
Cameras, EMF recorders, and other electronic devices are notpermitted inside of Ringwood Manor, but may be used outside the building and on the property. Please wear comfortable or sturdy walking shoes and weather appropriate clothing as tours take place rain or shine.
Summer Solstice Enchanted Evening Tours are sponsored by the Ringwood Manor Association of the Arts. Ticket sales directly benefit the preservation of Ringwood Manor’s historic carriage barn. Thank you for your support!
Support the RMAA with a Tour of the Ringwood Manor Art Collection
Saturday, April 6th 10:30 am
Sunday, April 7th 1:30 pm
$20 per person; Tours limited to 20 people.
The weekend of April 6 & 7, Ringwood Manor Association of the Arts (RMAA) will be offering exclusive small group tours of the historic manor house that will focus solely on the art collection displayed throughout the site that was collected by the Cooper & Hewitt families. Led by the Manor historian, Sue Shutte, pieces by artists Jacque Henri Sablet, Foeiqua, Jasper Cropsey, Vernon Howe Bailey, Gordon Stevenson, Dora Wheeler Keith, James Carroll Beckwith, and many more will be highlighted.
Tours are approximately an hour and a half long.
All proceeds from the art tours will be used to support the Carriage Barn Roof
To purchase, select your session and number of tickets below.
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**These Tickets Are No Longer Available**
** Please note: these tours are designed especially for people interest in learning more about the art collection at Ringwood Manor. To learn more about the history of Ringwood Manor, it is highly recommended that registrants attend a regularly offered guided tour of the Manor.
Running in conjunction with Ringwood Manor’s Victorian Christmas, the RMAA’s Annual Holiday Sale runs the first three weekends of December from 11am – 4pm (and some select Wednesdays).
The RMAA is a 501(c) non-profit community art organization operating in Ringwood Manor State Park, holding numerous exhibitions and program throughout the year. Artist’s and crafters donate a portion of all proceeds back to the RMAA.