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WE OPEN FOR THE MAIN SEASON ON MAY 1!

2024 Season

We open for the season on May 1, 2024

HOURS

OUR REGULAR SEASON HOURS WILL BE IN EFFECT MAY 1 – DECEMBER 1, 2024

9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday, and Monday Holidays.


PLANNING YOUR VISIT

Tickets may be purchased online or in person at the Flynt Center of Early New England Life, and at the Hall Tavern Visitor Center. Online tickets must be presented at the Flynt Center of Early New England Life or the Hall Tavern Visitor Center to be redeemed. Unless otherwise noted, admission tickets include any special programs scheduled during your visit.

REGULAR SEASON ADMISSION RATES

MAY 1-DECEMBER 1, 2024

General Admission: $20
Ages 13-17: $5
Ages 12 and Under: FREE
Members and Deerfield/South Deerfield Residents: FREE

OTHER INFORMATION

Members: Please show your membership card at the Flynt Center of Early New England Life or the Hall Tavern Visitor Center to receive your admission sticker. Learn about membership here.

Photography & Audiovisual Recording: Visitors are welcome to take personal photographs inside and outside the museum buildings for non-commercial use only. Selfie sticks, flash photography, and tripods are not permitted. No video or audio recording is permitted during tours in museum buildings. If you have any questions, please inquire with a staff member.  We encourage you to share your images with family and friends on social media. 

If you have requests for professional photography, please contact Brie Thomson, Digital Assets Coordinator/Museum Photographer, at bthomson@historic-deerfield.org. If you would like to arrange a commercial filming or photography session, please contact Danaë DiNicola, Director of Marketing & Communications, at ddinicola@historic-deerfield.org

Visiting with Kids: We are always happy to see our next generation of visitors! Please accompany children inside museum buildings, and leave strollers or back-carriers outside. Thank you!

Library Pass Holders: Visitors with library passes must present the pass in person to an attendant at the Flynt Center of Early New England Life or the Hall Tavern Visitor Center to receive their tickets.

Card to Culture Program: If you are a part of the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Card to Culture Program, you will need to purchase your tickets in person at the Flynt Center of Early New England Life or the Hall Tavern Visitor Center.

Deerfield/South Deerfield Residents: Please obtain your admission tickets in person at the Flynt Center of Early New England Life or the Hall Tavern Visitor Center.

Lost and found is located at the Flynt Center of Early New England Life.

Pets are welcome on leashes outdoors in the village, but not on the Channing Blake Footpath because of its proximity to farm animals. No pets are allowed in any museum building, except licensed assistance dogs. We ask that you clean up after your pets. Thank you!

DAILY SCHEDULE

Availability of houses and tours may change, so please check our Guided Tours calendar (below) to see what is open during your visit. No reservations are required for tours, but space in houses is limited, so please plan to arrive 5-10 minutes early at the house you wish to tour.

GUIDED TOURS

Guided tours (included with general admission) start on the hour, and take around 35 minutes. Availability of houses and tours subject to change.


TOUR AT YOUR OWN PACE

Availability of houses and tours subject to change.

FOOD

Be sure to visit Historic Deerfield’s restaurant, Champney’s, while you’re here! See hours and menus here.

LODGING

Looking for a place to stay during your visit? Check out the authentic and charming accommodations at our Deerfield Inn.

SHOPPING

Visit our Museum Gift Shop and Bookstore for books, souvenirs, home goods, toys, and more!