Built circa 1814, the house containing the Henry Needham Flynt Silver and Metalware Collection reflects Historic Deerfield founder Henry Flynt’s interest in early American silver. The core collection of 92 pieces of American silver purchased in England by the Flynts in 1954 has grown to more than 4,000 pieces of American and English silver in a variety of forms. The communion silver of the First Church of Deerfield, the First Churches of Northampton, and the First Church of Sunderland, Massachusetts, are also on display. The building features a silversmith’s workshop with many traditional tools, and a room devoted to pewter and other metalwares made and used in early America.
Tours of this house can be arranged during the regular season on the day of your visit at the Hall Tavern Visitor Center.