We are currently open on Sundays in May from 1-4 for our special exhibition on Arthur Wesley Dow. Call for more information.
We will reopen for our regular tour season on Saturday and Sunday May 28-29, 2022.
Please check our calendar for our ongoing lectures and events.

Upcoming event

Sundays Strolls

We are bringing back the popular series of historical walking tours that we introduced last year. Click here for a list of the offerings this Spring, and to reserve your tickets!

Dow Arts Program Classes & Workshops

Our Winter Session of Dow Arts Programs is now open for registration! Click below for more information 

 

Free Audio Guide

The grounds of the Ipswich Museum are open to visitors everyday. You may now take a free audio tour by downloading the PocketSights app to your device and turning on location services, or searching “Ipswich Museum.” While on site you can add comments or upload your own photos to the tour. You can also tour remotely from the comfort of your home with the virtual features. 

Historic Properties

The Ipswich Museum oversees three historical homes: The Whipple House (1677), The Heard House (1795-1800), and the Alexander Knight House. We offer guided tours on a seasonal basis.

John Fiske Memorial Fund

In loving memory of our departed friend and colleague, the John Fiske Memorial Fund has been established for the preservation of the collections at the Capt. John Whipple House. Since moving to Ipswich in 2008, John has been an advocate for the preservation of historic properties in town and in recent years was instrumental in acquiring a historically accurate replica of Whipple’s 17th century bed and bed hangings, which are now part of the permanent display at the museum.  Click here to read more about John’s life and his accomplishments.

To make a donation to the John Fiske Memorial Fund, please visit our store, or send a check payable to the Ipswich Museum.