Menokin as it was.

Our plan is not to reconstruct the home as a vestige of colonial history — not to follow the conventional route and create yet another “house museum.”

Menokin as it was.

Our plan is not to reconstruct the home as a vestige of colonial history — not to follow the conventional route and create yet another “house museum.”

Menokin as it was.

Our plan is not to reconstruct the home as a vestige of colonial history — not to follow the conventional route and create yet another “house museum.”

Menokin as it is.

By showcasing the intricate details of the house, our aim is to connect the past to the future in relevant, daring ways.

Menokin as it is.

By showcasing the intricate details of the house, our aim is to connect the past to the future in relevant, daring ways.

Menokin as it is.

By showcasing the intricate details of the house, our aim is to connect the past to the future in relevant, daring ways.

Menokin as it will be.

We are using structural glass to recreate an abstract memory of an 18th-century house as it once stood while protecting what remains of it today.

Menokin as it will be.

We are using structural glass to recreate an abstract memory of an 18th-century house as it once stood while protecting what remains of it today.

Menokin as it will be.

We are using structural glass to recreate an abstract memory of an 18th-century house as it once stood while protecting what remains of it today.

WHY IT MATTERS

We want to ensure Menokin has something valuable to offer people of all ages and from all walks of life — not just during one-time visits, but over and over again.

Who is served?

We want to ensure Menokin has something valuable to offer people of all ages and from all walks of life — not just during one-time visits, but over and over again.

Who we serve

We want to ensure Menokin has something valuable to offer people of all ages and from all walks of life — not just during a one-time visit, but over and over again.