The Enfield Shaker Museum is open year-round.
Wednesday 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
Stay In the Great Stone Dwelling
Overnight rooms are available for groups or groups with events in our facilities. A group should consist of five or more rooms.
Twenty guest rooms are available on the third and fourth levels of the Great Stone Dwelling:
All rooms have private baths.
The rooms do not have televisions or telephones, but WiFi is available at the Great Stone Dwelling.
Since we are a Museum and our staff is limited, we kindly ask our guests to make their own beds. In an effort to conserve water, clean towels will be provided upon request.
Food is not served on site, but we can recommend many fine restaurants nearby.
Regular daily room rates
Regular daily room rates are $95 for a single room (queen bed), $125 for a double room (2 queen beds), and $135 for a corner room (2 queen beds). These rates include tax. Cots are available for an extra fee.
Check-in time is 3:00 pm, check-out time is 11:00 am.
No pets are allowed in Museum buildings.
Just a quick note to let you know how much we enjoyed our stay on Monday night. The experience was one we'll repeat in the future. Thanks to everyone --John M.
My husband and I stayed as overnight guests on May 28th. Being able to stay in a peaceful place with so much history was a real treat. The room was spacious and clean. The hostess did a just right job of being helpful and friendly. I will be spreading the word. Thank you! --Catherine W.
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.