OUR PICKS

LIGHTNER MUSEUM CURATOR’S TOURS

Posted:

For 60-plus years, the Lightner Museum – founded by Chicago publisher Otto Lightner and later dedicated to the city of St. Augustine – has offered one of the Southeast’s premier collections of eclectic and eccentric Gilded Age relics: an urn from a Russian palace, a blown-glass piston machine, and so on. Starting Sept. 3, curator Barry Myers resumes monthly guided tours of the Lightner’s many treasures, giving us a chance to more deeply connect with the building, its history and artifacts. The first tour focuses on rare, antique musical instruments. 

Other stories that might interest you

THE DARK ARTS

DREW EDWARD HUNTER

RHYTHM CHANGE

Percussionist Charlotte Mabrey is retiring without …

MIND GAMES

BEYOND THERAPY
No comments on this story | Add your comment
Please log in or register to add your comment