The Flynt Center of Early New England Life at Historic Deerfield dramatically enhances public access to the museum’s nationally acclaimed decorative arts collections through exhibitions and visible storage. Set back from the village street at the edge of a field, and in line with several 19th-century barns, the Flynt Center is fully accessible to all visitors throughout the day.
Opening September 28, 2013 at the Wright House.
On view through February 16, 2014.
a long-term exhibition with changing elements.
Celebrating the Fiber Arts: The Helen Geier Flynt Textile Gallery
a permanent exhibition with changing elements.
Curator’s Choice: A New Look at Old Objects (September 17, 2011-February 5, 2012)
Educating the Mind’s Eye: The Art of Young Adults, 1790-1840 (March 12, 2011-September 5, 2011)
Dinner is Served!: Dining and the Decorative Arts in Early America (August 21, 2010–February 27, 2011 )
What’s New: Recent Acquisitions at Historic Deerfield (February 13–August 8, 2010)
Hadley Sampler: An Anniversary Celebration (August 22, 2009-January 31, 2010)
Stimulating Beverages: Tea, Coffee and Chocolate Wares at Historic Deerfield (February 14-August 9, 2009)
What’s New: Recent Acquisitions at Historic Deerfield, 2007-2008 (August 30, 2008-February 1, 2009)
Clothes Make the Man: The Colonial Gentleman in New England (March 29 - August 17, 2008).
Please call Historic Deerfield at (413) 775-7214 if you have any questions.
We look forward to your visit!