Sunday Stroll – The Port of Ipswich

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Did you know Ipswich was a custom port from 1705 -1844? Join Scott Jewel for a walk to the site of old port and explore this fascinating part of the town's rich history. Limit 10 people. $10 Tickets, reservations required. Reserve your tickets online or call the museum at 978-356-2811

$10

Sunday Stroll – Arthur Wesley Dow’s Ipswich

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Join Dow Curator Stephanie Gaskins as she guides us around town through the life and work of Ipswich artist, Arthur Wesley Dow. Limit 10 people. $10 Tickets, reservations required. Reserve your tickets online or call the museum at 978-356-2811

$10

Brown Bag Lunch

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Brown Bag Lunch “Colonial Artifacts” Back by popular demand, join Roland Arguin, amateur archaeologist as he shares his most recent discoveries found in his search on the North Shore.

$5

Sunday Stroll – Dams and Bridges of Ipswich

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

We use these bridges everyday, but hardly give them a second thought as significant pieces of history. Join Scott Jewel for a walk around the town and learn about the stories the bridges and dams can tell. Limit 10 people. $10 Tickets, reservations required. Reserve your tickets online or call the museum at 978-356-2811

$10

Sunday Stroll – Slavery in Ipswich

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Join the museum's educator, Erin Rice, on a walk around town to discuss the names  and forgotten labors of the enslaved people that lived here, but also Ipswich's links to the transatlantic slave trade, the legalization of slavery throughout the colony, and landmark freedom suits. Limit 10 people. $10 Tickets, reservations required. Reserve your tickets […]

$10

Sunday Stroll – Ipswich Female Seminary

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Join Dow Curator, Stephanie Gaskins, on a journey back to the early 19th century when Ipswich was home to the Ipswich Female Seminary, an early school for the higher education of women. Limit 10 people. $10 Tickets, reservations required. Reserve your tickets online or call the museum at 978-356-2811

$10

Brown Bag Lunch

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Brown Bag Lunch “Remembering Kitty Crockett Robertson” Susie Glessner and Chris Crockett will share favorite stories about their aunt, Kitty Crockett Robertson, newspaper and radio reporter. Kitty won several New England Press Association awards for her writing and her columns.

$5

Brown Bag Lunch

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Brown Bag Lunch “League of Women Voters: Their Role in the Community” Come hear this round-table discussion led by Barbara Ostberg, Ruth Edmunds, Terri Stephens, and Marilyn Seidler as they share local league accomplishments, and join in the conversation.

$5

Granny’s Attic – Summer Edition (Yard Sale)

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

The Ipswich Museum is hosting its annual yard sale on Saturday, July 24 from 9-12. Come do your early Christmas shopping from a range of wonderful collectibles, art, jewelry, household goods, China, glassware, toys and games. Proceeds benefit educational programs at the museum. We look forward to seeing you there!

Summer Concert

Free "Pops" style concert on the lawn of the Ipswich Museum by the Ipswich Summer Band! 4-5pm Saturday July 24th. Bring your portable chairs, blanket or even a picnic and enjoy live music on the lawn of the Heard House. Supported with a grant from the Ipswich Cultural Council

Brown Bag Lunch

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Brown Bag Lunch “Dorothy Monnelly, Her Life and Career” Dorothy is considered the Ansel Adams of the Northeast. She will share stories of her interest in the environment, photography and teaching.

$5

Brown Bag Lunch

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Brown Bag Lunch “Ipswich and the Underground Railroad” Gordon Harris, town historian, will share his research on this legend. The names of the Underground Railroad agents in Ipswich are not known, but there are stories to be told.

$5