Is my membership current? Take a look on your most recent membership card. You’ll see a handwritten membership expiration date. We have been experimenting with sending out member renewal reminders, which members tell us they have appreciated.
Have I missed any newsletters? You can see an image of our most recent newsletter below or to the right, depending on which type of device you are using.
How can we visit the Society? In order to invest our resources of time, staff and funds into strategic planning, we are not opening the visitors center (formally the Tasha Tudor Museum exhibit space) for the 2017 May to October season. Look for more updates as our planning progresses.
How may I visit Tasha’s homestead? Tasha’s family operates limited tours of Tasha’s homestead and tickets sell out quickly, usually in January. View the family website for more information.
What happened to the Tasha Tudor Museum? In March 2017, the Tasha Tudor Museum was renamed the Tasha Tudor Society in order to clarify that the organization was not located in Tasha’s homestead as was frequently thought. The Tasha Tudor Society is an apt name for an organization that continues to spread the joy and peace of Tasha Tudor’s legacy.
What are my member benefits now that the exhibit space is closed? We will begin revising our member benefits in the late summer of 2017. We are eager for our members to have a voice in the process.
I am a charter member, where can I find the permanently displayed charter member names? The charter member mural was a popular display in the exhibit space. We are happy to thank our charter members in this online format as well. After we have moved through the current strategic planning are are able to open another bricks and mortar facility, we look forward to reinstalling our Charter Member mural for display once again.
I saw Tasha’s dollhouse when it was displayed in Colonial Williamsburg in the 1990’s. Where is it displayed now? The dolls, furniture and household goods of Tasha’s famous dollhouse have returned to Tasha’s home. The house, barn and greenhouse that Colonial Williamsburg volunteers built for the exhibit were donated to the Tudor Family and are currently in storage. The greenhouse was part of the Tasha Tudor Museum’s Seasons of Delight: Tasha’s Love of Gardening exhibit in 2016.