Worcester Historical Museum

The museum's gift shop offers a selection of Worcester-related items, including books, Christopher Radko smiley ornament, a Cats's Meow collection of city buildings (including the museum and mansion), two distinct afghans-a smiley face and another featuring cultural sites of the city, note cards, prints, gifts and toys. Every purchase helps support the museum. Become a member and receive a 10% discount (on purchases over $10).


Salisbury Mansion Gift Set – Price $65.00

The Salisbury Houses
by Charles H. Sawyer and Lousia Dresser. An architectural history of the two Salsibury residences – mansion and house, also the store house. Price $3.00 plus tax and shipping; (11x8 ½ ) Soft cover 28 pages

Most Pleasant Rooms to Live in
by Ann Keck-Henderson. A catalog exploring the
tastes of the Salisbury’s. Price $2.25
plus tax and shipping; Soft cover (7x9) 20 pages

Salisbury Mansion
by Louisa Dresser Campbell
A history of the Salisbury Mansion and the Salisbury
family. Price $3.00
plus tax and shipping; Soft cover (6x9) 19 pages

The Salisbury Mansion – A plan for Furnishings
by Susan M. Meyer
Documents the excellent furnishings of the Mansion.
Price $3.00 plus tax and shipping
Soft cover 11x4 ½) 36 pages

Salisbury Mansion glass ornament
by Vaillancourt Folk Art. Authentically detailed and hand-painted.
Price $30.00 plus tax and shipping

The Cat’s Meow Village keepsake of the Salisbury Mansion.
Price $14.95 plus tax and shipping


Here’s your chance to own one of the best collections of smiles around.

Worcester Historical Museum 's Christopher Radko smiley ornament celebrates the late Harvey Ball's world famous smiley face.

A Smiley with Top hat glass ornament by Vaillancourt Folk Art is a true collectible. Authentically detailed and hand-painted.

Warm up to a wonderful smile while using this 16ounce ceramic mug.

Price for gift set: $57.50 plus tax and shipping


This 18k gold plated arch ornament was modeled after a 16th century gate in Stockholm, Sweden. Commissioned by John Jeppson for Norton Company, this structure was recreated in Worcester in 1907 to welcome Prince Wilhelm of Sweden to the city.
Price $2.00 (3x2) plus tax and shipping



George P. Cocaine spent forty-two years as a news cameraman for the Worcester Evening Gazette. Photographs document Worcester and its people, like these note cards of Liggett’s in 1951, Worcester Common in 1939 and downtown Worcester parade in 1941.
Price $6.38 plus tax and shipping; for a set of 6 assorted cards (black and white)


View of Worcester – 1838
Taken from Union Hill.
Price $2.50 plus tax and shipping;for a set of 6 assorted cards (black and white)


This sampling of Worcester postcards includes
White City – 1908
Lincoln Square – 1910
Court Hill – 1900
F.B. Norton Pottery
Salisbury Store Sign -1762
and Boston Worcester Railroad among others.
Postcards - .25 cents each plus tax and shipping


WHM’s new “Upcycle” products
This new line exclusive to WHM features our antique frame collection repurposed into bulletin boards that will make a lovely addition to your home.
Price $15.00-$30.00 plus tax. Can not ship.
These are available at museum gift shop only.

 



WHM Note Cubes
Price $1.50 each plus tax and shipping

Smiley Stress Balls
Price $2.00 each plus tax and shipping

WHM Gift Certificates now available at the front desk



Kaleidoscope
Test your knowledge of Worcester with this fun deck of cards.
Price $2.50 each plus tax and shipping

 


Worcester T-shirt or Sweatshirt

Anyway you say it, it’s a great place to live! Step out in style with this 100% cotton T or a cozy sweatshirt.

Sizes - Child’s Large, Adult - Small, Med, Large, X Large

T-shirt price: $15.00 plus tax and shipping.

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Sweatshirt price: $20.00 plus tax and shipping

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Location:
30 Elm Street, Worcester, MA

(508) 753-8278

Hours
Open Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm,
Fourth Thursdays 10am - 8:30pm

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Museum
Open Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm,
Fourth Thursdays 10am - 8:30pm

Library
Wednesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm,
Fourth Thursdays 10am - 8:30pm

Salisbury Mansion
Thursday - Saturday 1pm - 4pm

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