MUSEUM HOURS: Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. From May 15 – Sept. 15, the museum is closed on Sundays. Face coverings are optional when visiting the museum.
**PLEASE NOTE: The museum will be closed for the 4th of July Weekend from Saturday, July 2 through Tuesday, July 5, 2022. We will re-open on Wednesday, July 6, 2022. Have a safe holiday!
RESERVATIONS NOT REQUIRED: Reservations are no longer required to visit the Wenham Museum. However, if you wish to reserve in advance, you may by clicking here.
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Tuesday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.
CLOSED on Monday and some Holidays
HEALTH AND SAFETY
As of April 1st, Face coverings for ages 3+ are now optional to visit the galleries.
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Wenham Museum celebrates childhood, interprets history, and explores culture for the enrichment of all generations in the greater North Shore community and beyond.
The Museum engages multigenerational members and visitors in examining the promise of the American experiment and provides thought-provoking learning experiences that connect the past, present, and future, in a welcoming and inclusive environment.Learn More
Artist Leslie Lyman’s recent sculptural piece is a handmade account book, which documents the seemingly innumerable tasks of caregiving.
Queen Elizabeth II: 70 years on the throne.
Events celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s long reign have already begun in Great Britain and the Wenham Museum is joining the fun.
Seek & Find: Fox Hunting and Our Open Spaces
Learn about the local origins of fox hunting and the role that the equestrian community played in preserving open land in Essex County.
Trains, trains, and more trains!
Train fans of all ages delight in the Bennett E. Merry Train Gallery featuring 10 operating model layouts.
See the inspirational power of the flower! Quilts in the Wenham Museum’s Collection.
A Boxed Assortment
Long before Marie Kondo came along, people wanted to organize their stuff…and boxes did the job admirably. View our large assortment of containers, many of which have never been exhibited before!
The first floor of the museum's historic house is full of hands-on history! Experience what family life was like in the late 17th century for the first residents of this 360-year-old home.
The Wenham Museum currently stewards a diverse collection of approximately 45,000 artifacts. Bring the entire family to discover the treasures of childhood and explore how New Englanders have lived, worked, dressed and played from the 17th century to today at the Wenham Museum.