June 15 | 7:00pm EDT
PRINCE REMEMBERED, PART 2: The Parade & Sign O’ the Times Sessions
Duane Tudahl takes us on an emotional and intimate journey of love, loss, rivalry, and renewal revealed through unprecedented access to dozens of musicians, singers, studio engineers, and others who worked with him and knew him best—with never-before-published memories from the Revolution, the Time, the Family, and Apollonia 6. Joining Tudahl in conversation will be Prince enthusiast, blogger and Glitch CEO Anil Dash.Get tickets now!
BIRDIES FOR CHARITY DONATIONS MEAN 15% MORE FOR US!
The Travelers Championship continues its charitable giving this year through its Birdies for Charity program, now through June 27th. Every donation you make to us through the Birdies website, designating The Mark Twain House & Museum (if you use the scroll down list, please scroll to “T” for “The”) is matched by a 15% bonus. Now, more than ever, your help is needed to overcome lost income due to the pandemic. Thank you!!Donate directly here
Mark Twain is one of our nation's defining cultural figures.
The Mark Twain House & Museum has restored the author’s Hartford, Connecticut, home, where the author and his family lived from 1874 to 1891. Twain wrote his most important works during the years he lived there, including Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. In addition to providing tours of Twain’s restored home, a National Historic Landmark, the institution offers activities and educational programs that illuminate Twain’s literary legacy and provide information about his life and times.Visit The Mark Twain House
"Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest."
"Nothing so needs reforming as other people’s habits."
"The man with a new idea is a crank until the idea succeeds."
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From this house, Mark Twain changed the way the world sees America and the way Americans see themselves. We continue the conversation he began.