CELEBRATING A CENTURY! Join us as we open our newest exhibition, Celebrating a Century: Our Stories and Yours and launch our 100th anniversary year.  Our Opening Reception is this Thursday, September 29th from 5 – 7 p.m. with special guest Lea Rutledge.  A Suggested Donation of $20 per person is encouraged to attend.
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 are not required to visit the Wenham Museum.  However, if you wish to reserve in advance, you may by clicking here.

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LEGO TRAIN

EVERYTHING IS AWESOME! Calling all LEGO fans - we're excited to welcome the LEGO Train back to the Wenham Museum for a special fall-time visit! This a rainbow colored, L-gauge model train speeding along a brick track as it races by soaring skyscrapers, country cottages, mountainside ski slopes and much more. All features are designed with […]

Members’ Only LEGO Train

EVERYTHING IS AWESOME! Calling all LEGO fans - we're excited to welcome the LEGO Train back to the Wenham Museum for a special fall-time visit! This a rainbow colored, L-gauge model train speeding along a brick track as it races by soaring skyscrapers, country cottages, mountainside ski slopes and much more. All features are designed with […]

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LEGO TRAIN

EVERYTHING IS AWESOME! Calling all LEGO fans - we're excited to welcome the LEGO Train back to the Wenham Museum for a special fall-time visit! This a rainbow colored, L-gauge model train speeding along a brick track as it races by soaring skyscrapers, country cottages, mountainside ski slopes and much more. All features are designed with […]

Brown Bag Lunch: Wenham’s Water

Have you ever wondered about Wenham’s water?   Wenham, once called “Enon” in a Biblical reference to a place with much water, has always had a close relationship with its water resources.  From ice harvesting on Wenham Lake to the Great Wenham Swamp and the Canal, our water remains important to our past, present, and future.  […]

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Brown Bag Lunch

Have you ever wondered about Wenham’s water?   Wenham, once called “Enon” in a Biblical reference to a place with much water, has always had a close relationship with its water resources.  From ice harvesting on Wenham Lake to the Great Wenham Swamp and the Canal, our water remains important to our past, present, and future.  […]

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Silhouette Portrait Artist

Portraits In Silhouette is the combined expertise of silhouette artists and mother-daughter team, Jean Comerford and Marcella Comerford-Foley. Portraits In Silhouette is focused on bringing you original, personalized work, full of inventive detail and creative spark. The silhouettes are never produced with a digital program, copied, or traced. You can expect a genuine, hand-cut, and […]

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Silhouette Portrait Artist

Portraits In Silhouette is the combined expertise of silhouette artists and mother-daughter team, Jean Comerford and Marcella Comerford-Foley. Portraits In Silhouette is focused on bringing you original, personalized work, full of inventive detail and creative spark. The silhouettes are never produced with a digital program, copied, or traced. You can expect a genuine, hand-cut, and […]

Sleigh Bell Artisan Fair

Save the date for this annual favorite event!  Artisan registration and details to follow.

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Brown Bag Lunch

Have you ever wondered about Wenham’s water?   Wenham, once called “Enon” in a Biblical reference to a place with much water, has always had a close relationship with its water resources.  From ice harvesting on Wenham Lake to the Great Wenham Swamp and the Canal, our water remains important to our past, present, and future.  […]

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Brown Bag Lunch

Have you ever wondered about Wenham’s water?   Wenham, once called “Enon” in a Biblical reference to a place with much water, has always had a close relationship with its water resources.  From ice harvesting on Wenham Lake to the Great Wenham Swamp and the Canal, our water remains important to our past, present, and future.  […]