Guided tour of the historic home, set in the year 1918, when World War I was drawing to a close, will feature a Victory Garden, a related garden-to-table culinary demonstration, a presentation of World War I recollections compiled by David Brearley student Michael Naya, Jr., and a new exhibition, “The Allure and Challenges of Life in an Early 20th-Century Suburb,” in addition to five period rooms authentically furnished in the late 19th-/early 20th-century style. Visitors will also be able to view the site’s new “Kenilworth Heritage Walkway” featuring numerous engraved commemorative pavers that have been donated by local residents and businesses. The walkway is part of a newly installed paved path that makes the site’s “teaching gardens” as well as its elevator and kitchen entrances accesssible to everyone, including those with physical challenges/disabilities. The paved path, together with a recently constructed pergola and fencing, are part of a major garden construction project made possible through funding generously provided by the Merck Foundation. Tour hours 12-5 p.m. Admission is free.