Since America’s earliest years, schoolhouses have been cornerstones in rural communities—places where young students came to learn, but also where neighbors of all ages gathered for conversation, village meetings, and socials.
Completed in 1903 as District School Number Six, this building served that same purpose. Today, the Schoolhouse honors its heritage as a community center for learning, exploration, and gatherings.
Quiet your mind with a yoga class in the Loft, schedule a rejuvenating massage, or simply stop in to check out a pair of Hunter boots or a plein air easel for an off-site adventure. Whichever you choose, the Schoolhouse is the hub of all there is to do in Aurora.