Upcoming Dow Arts Classes

Registration for the SPRING 2018 Dow Arts Program is now OPEN! For more information, please email educator@ipswichmuseum.org or go to DOW ARTS CLASSES to register online.
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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 March 28– The Great Lawrence Textile Strike Speaker: Robert Forrant is a Distinguished University Professor, Co-Director, Senior Research Fellow @ UMASS Lowell.  In 2016 he was honored for his outstanding contributions in research, teaching and public history projects in the community. He was the first professor from the College of Fine Arts, Humanities & Social...
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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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