Museum Exhibit, Tour, and Gift Shop Hours
Closed through April 1, 2017.
Group tours available by appointment.
Group rates $10 per person, children 5 and under, free.
View our Calendar of Events at www.shakermuseum.org for special events and programs throughout the winter.
Our offices will be open weekdays
For more information, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (603) 632-4346.
Visit Enfield Shaker Museum
Admission tickets are available on the main floor of the historic Great Stone Dwelling in the Gift Shop. General admission includes the introductory video program, guided tours, exhibits, and craft demonstrations. During the Summer and Fall Season, you receive access to other historic buildings, the Herb and Production Garden, the Community Garden, and the Feast Grounds. Make sure to allow time to visit the Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette located across the street.
Visiting the Stone Mill Building
The Enfield Shaker Museum has easy access off Interstates 89 and 91 and is located 20 minutes from the Hanover/Lebanon, NH area. We are an excellent stopover when heading to or from the Woodstock/Quechee, VT area, the Franconia Notch, the Kancamagus Highway in the White Mountains, or the New Hampshire Lakes region.
The Museum welcomes group tours of 10 or more people with advance reservations. See Group Rates below. Your group tour includes: our introductory video and a guided tour of the Museum's exhibition galleries. Bus tours usually allow a minimum of 1 1/2 to 2 hours for a tour of the site and shopping in our Gift Shop.
Following are guidelines for group tour reservations:
School or Youth Groups
The Museum especially welcomes school or other community youth group tours. We can customize a tour to fit any desired curriculum. We have arranged tours for groups from preschool to the post-graduate college level. Please call for more information.
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.