A virtual event via a Zoom link, access will be emailed to guests prior to the event
Built in 1896 and designed by the New York architectural firm, Cady, Berg & See as the home for Mr & Mrs H. H. Bridgman, Fox Hill was revered as one of Norfolk’s grandest homes.
It was demolished in 1947.
The story of Fox Hill will come to life in a virtual presentation hosted by museum director Barry Webber.
Recently discovered materials of historical interest from the Bridgman family will bring new insight to this story of the magical castle that once graced these Norfolk hills.
Join us Saturday, November 7th at 7:00 PM. Zoom log-in will be emailed to attending guests prior to the event date.
Benefactor guests of $250 per person or more shall receive a special dinner delivered to your Norfolk address, complete with details on how to view the presentation. Safe groupings are encouraged to enhance the experience.
Patron guests of $50 per person will receive details on how to view the presentation.
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