VISIT US AT THE ENFIELD SHAKER MUSEUM

MUSEUM HOURS

Regular Season (May – December 22)

Monday – Sunday: 10 am to 5 pm
Our offices are open weekdays from 9 am to 4 pm.

Winter Season (January – April)

Our offices are open Tuesday – Friday from 9 am to 4 pm.

We are closed the following holidays:
New Year’s Eve
New Year’s Day
Thanksgiving
Christmas Eve
Christmas Day
Day After Christmas

MUSEUM ADMISSION

Adults: $14.00
Youth 11 to 17: $8.00
Children 6 to 10: $3.00
Children 5 and under: free
Museum Members: Free
Enfield Residents: Free
NARM Assocation Members: Free

Group Rate (6+): $10.00 (learn more about group tours)

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.

DIRECTIONS

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.

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Workshop
07
Apr

Herbal Soap Making Workshop

Learn the art of soap making with an instructor from the Enfield ...

Workshop
22
Apr

Herbal Jelly Making Workshop

Join the Museum for a workshop on savory and sweet herbal jelly ...

Forum
24
Apr

Spring Shaker Forum*Postponed to August*

Note: As a good neighbor, Enfield Shaker Museum is taking measures to ...

Tour
19
May

Tuesday Tour: Behind the Scenes: The Great Stone Dwelling through Shaker Eyes

In the mid-nineteenth Century, Giles Avery, Freegift Wells, Nancy Moore, and other ...