This year, Bridget Bishop, an older woman known for her gossipy habits and promiscuity, will be resurrected from 1692 to help solve the murder of one of the SALEM WITCHES. Bridget and guests will use their best "sleuthing" to sort out the "whodunit" while enjoying our tradition fare of tea sandwiches by Juanita Jungck. What better way to spend a Saturday before Halloween than sipping tea and accusing others of murder! Did we mention there will be warm scones and devilish desserts, too? Please join us for a fun afternoon as we celebrate our Eleventh Year of Murder Mystery Tea Parties at the Historic Bishop Home.
Date: Saturday, October 26, 2019
Time: 2:00 P.M.
Place: Historic Bishop Home
818 East 2nd Street
(Between Jefferson and Lincoln Streets)
($10 is a tax-deductible donation to the Cadoma Foundation)
Reservation deadline is October 24, 2019.
Reservations are confirmed upon payment.
The Cadoma Foundation dedicates itself to historic preservation and publication of our local landmarks, maintaining our area's history in every way possible. The recently renovated the Bishop Home museum provides visitors with an opportunity to tour the pioneer home of a family who lived in the region for over 100 years.
Learn about local life and how things have changed over the past century throughout our region. Take a look at our upcoming events to see what's happening at the Bishop Home.
If you are looking for things to do in Casper WY, The Bishop Home is not only a museum but a historic preservation and historic publication. At the Bishop House we host and accommodate to a number of events and special occasions. Looking for a small event rental? Give us a call!
At The Cadoma Foundation, we're always busy keeping history alive for our local community and regional visitors. At the Bishop Home, you can enjoy:
Tea events throughout the year
Museum events for young and old
Historic home tours on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
With so many things to do in Casper, WY, take time to enjoy the history of our great region. Visit the Bishop Home today to relive the good old days.
The Cadoma Foundation's purpose is to ensure that historic places are preserved in perpetuity by fostering a strong ethic supporting stewardship of historic places, as well as acquiring, maintaining, restoring and preserving historic buildings in the state of Wyoming.
The Bishop Home Family Museum connects the young and old to the history of Casper, Natrona County and Wyoming through a pioneer family who lived, laughed and labored in this historic home for over 100 years.
Visit this historic home in Casper, Wyoming today to discover a piece of our local area's history.