The Enfield Shaker Museum is open year-round.
Monday through Saturday
Winter tours: Guided tours on Sunday, Friday and Saturday. Self-guided on Wednesday and Thursday. Closed Monday and Tuesday.
The Museum is closed on the following holidays: New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, Presidents' Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Day after Christmas.
Contact the Museum for additional tour information.
447 NH Route 4A
The Ministry House
The Ministry House, constructed in 1880, was the last building built by the Enfield Shakers. More than any other Church Family building it shows some Victorian influence in its design. It originally stood behind the Moses Johnson Meeting House in the approximate location of the Mary Keane House today. It housed the New Hampshire Bishopric's Ministry during their time in Enfield.
The La Salette brothers moved the Ministry House to its present location in 1928 in anticipation of the construction of the Mary Keane House. Today it is rented as a private residence and offices.
Enfield Shaker Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational institution dedicated to interpreting and preserving the complex history of the Enfield Shaker Village and the Missionaries of La Salette.