Goodnight, Captain White!

History Alive, Inc and the Ipswich Museum present… Goodnight, Captain White! It’s 1830 and 82-year old Captain Joseph White lays murdered in his own bed. All night at his lavish party, guests have been machinating a murder of the crusty old miser, overheard by you, the Committee of Vigilance. Senator Daniel Webster has been ridiculously undercover and will guide the audience to the...
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Current Exhibit

Summer 2019 Exhibit: Americans Who Tell the Truth The Ipswich Museum is proud to exhibit several works by artist Robert Shetterly from his series “Americans Who Tell the Truth,” highlighting the faces, words, and contributions of American citizens who have fought for justice, equality, and for the truth. In addition to the exhibit, the Ipswich Museum will host Shetterly for a Brown...
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Summer Exhibit 2017

The Ipswich Museum is pleased to announce its new summer exhibition, “Light and Air,” the Art of George Sherwood and Charles Shurcliff. Featuring work by these two acclaimed Ipswich artists, the exhibit is on view from June 14 through October in the Appleton Room at the Heard House. The exhibit includes a selection of Shurcliff’s distinctively loose and colorful plein aire...
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