Events

Enhance your visit to Worcester Historical Museum by joining a tour, lecture, concert, performance, family day, party or other event offered throughout the year.  Take a tour of Salisbury Mansion, Worcester’s only historic house museum, conduct research in the Library or browse for gifts in the Museum Store.

Upcoming Events

 

 

John Hancock’s Trunk Returns

On exhibit Tuesday, April 16 through Saturday, April 20 during Museum hours: 10am – 4pm

FREE for Members, children under 18, and with Museum admission.


A Revolutionary War Tour

Thursday, April 18 – 1-2:30pm at Salisbury Mansion

Come join us in commemorating a week of Patriots and the beginning of the Revolutionary War at the Salisbury Mansion! This interesting and informative tour highlights how both the Salisbury family and the area of Worcester were directly involved in this momentous time in our history. This tour is designed for teens and adults who are interested in local history, US history and everything Revolutionary! Cost: $10 per person. Registration is required and limited to 12.

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Musicians of Old Post Road presentation of “Rustic Classical” 

Sunday, April 21 – 4pm at Worcester Historical Museum – Fletcher Auditorium

Indulge in rollicking chamber music with a Bohemian flair as Musicians of the Old Post Road present “Rustic Classical” Sunday, April 21, 4pm at Worcester Historical Museum. Musicians of the Old Post Road concludes its 35th anniversary season with “Rustic Classical,” a program aimed to evoke “earthy” musical themes.  This program concludes the ensemble’s “Elements” season, which has explored little-known and rarely-performed works through the lens of the four Classical elements: water, air, fire, and earth. Musicians for these concerts, all of whom will play on period instruments, include flutist Suzanne Stumpf, violinist and violist Sarah Darling, violinist Jesse Irons, violist Marcia Cassidy, and cellist Daniel Ryan.

Single In-Person Tickets are $55 general admission, $50 seniors, $35 for under 35.  Kids 18 and under are free with an adult. WHM Members receive a $10 discount on tickets.
Day-Of-Concert Rush Tickets (students and EBT Card holders only) are $10, availability permitted.

Purchase Tickets today at www.oldpostroad.org

This concert is co-presented with the Worcester Historical Museum.  The series is supported, in part, by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, an agency of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.


For Mother’s Day weekend at Worcester Historical Museum! 
4th Wall Stage Company and Worcester Historical Museum presents “Representation and How to Get it” by Joyce Van Dyke.  

Show Times: Friday, May 10 – 7:00PM; Saturday, May 11 – 2PM and 7PM

This performance centers on the extraordinary poet and visionary Julia Ward Howe, who wrote the “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” and her journey as a charismatic human rights campaigner and a passionate activist on behalf of women’s rights and votes for women.  Now, in this moving call to arms, she speaks passionately to our own time.  She was also considered the originator of the 1870 Mother’s Day Proclamation, now known as Mother’s Day. Starring Elaine Vaan Hogue, directed by Judy Braha.

$20 – General Admission; $17 – Museum Members; $10 – Students

Purchase your tickets today at 4th Wall Stage Company Presents: Representation and How to get it (onthestage.tickets)


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Thursday-Saturday, 1-4PM

Closed: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Patriot’s Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day

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