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.
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.
Henry Alley, Sr. (1835-1908) was an innovator, author, and educator with wide-ranging influence in the field of apiculture. Although Alley was employed as a shoemaker into the 1870s, his affinity […]
In October, we’re reminded of some significant dates in Patton family history. The above photo is of George S. Patton, Sr., who was a Colonel in the Confederate Army during […]
Helen Clay Frick and the Iron Rail In honor of #WomensHistoryMonth, we’d like to share a story about Helen Clay Frick, the founder of the Wenham property known today as […]
Portrait doll of Julia Ward Howe, ca. 1900, by Carnig Eksergian (Armenian), gift of Mary Osgood and Elizabeth McMahon Donoghue. Howe sat for the portrait doll at age 87. She […]