School Programs

Life as a Child in the 17th Century: Students are encouraged to imagine themselves living their daily lives in the 1677 Whipple House and 17th century Ipswich. Museum teachers identify four basic needs for living in any era: food, clothing, shelter, and transporta on. Through a tour of the Whipple and Knight houses and four hands-on activities, we explore how children in the 17th century...
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Upcoming Museum Lectures

Wednesday Evening Lecture on September 21st at 7:30 pm 1634 Burial Ground, It’s History and Significance The old burial ground in Ipswich, MA is an on-going restoration project. The initial study was conducted by Fannin-Lehner Associates of the oldest section and they are working with Martha Lyon Landscape Architecture on a comprehensive landscape and restoration plan. Speakers: Paul...
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Upcoming Dow Arts Classes

Check back in July for the Dow Arts 2017 Fall Class Listings and Registration. For more information, please email the Dow Arts Program coordinator at educator@ipswichmuseum.org
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Welcome to the Museum

What’s Happening at the Museum | April & May Special Winter Exhibit: The Railroad in Ipswich The Railroad in Ipswich exhibit is open each Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 4 in the afternoon, February, March, and April. Cost: family non-members $10, individual non-members $5, and free for museum members. This exhibit tells the story of the railroad in Ipswich and examines its impact on the...
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