New Museum Pass: Historic New England

Historic New England Museum Pass at the Bedford Public Library

Historic New England is a historic preservation organization which owns and operates historic house museums and properties open to the public throughout most of New England. The majority of the properties are in Massachusetts, but locations exist in all NE states but Vermont. These include Castle Tucker (Wiscasset, ME), the Jackson House (Portsmouth, NH), the Spencer-Pierce-Little Farm, which (Newbury, MA), Roseland Cottage (Woodstock, CT), the Otis House (Boston, MA), the Lyman Estate (Waltham, MA), Gropius House (Lincoln, MA), and the Arnold House (Lincoln, RI). Styles represented include Federal, Colonial Revival, Victorian, Queen Anne, Arts & Crafts, and Modern, among many others. The website provides much detail, including directions, contact information, and history of each property.

The pass admits two adults and children under 18 for one tour at any of Historic New England's 38 historic sites.  Opening hours vary, check Historic New England's website for current hours.

This is a physical pass that must be picked up at the Library. To reserve your date and to learn more about our available passes for Bedford Public Library cardholders, please visit our Museum Passes page.