Celebrate Mother’s Day with the stories of how women have shaped the town. From the wrongfully enslaved Jenny Slew to the visionaries of the Ipswich Female Seminary, Stephanie Gaskins will […]
Penelope Pelham West lives in Maine. Her exploration into her great grandfather’s life of which London Letters Home is the fruit, began when her cousin shared his cache of Gus […]
Paul Wegzin, teacher and local farmer will talk about farming and how it has changed over the years. The tulip and sunflower fields were his brainstorm. Paul comes from a […]
Ipswich has always been known for its clams. The salt marshes, mud flats and tidal estuaries contribute to its wonderful taste. Stephanie Gaskins, Dow Curator will do a lecture on the summer exhibit about the history of clamming in Ipswich. Free for Members Non-Members: $10
Visit the annual Ipswich Museum Yard Sale during Olde Ipswich Days from 9-1! Shop for fantastic treasures and support the museum in the process.In the afternoon, stick around for an Ipswich Summer Band 2023 concert, directed by Nalani Fujiwara, playing on the museum grounds.
Ipswich is known for its discovery of early artifacts at Great Neck, along the riverbanks and the Bull Brook area. Erin Rice, our museum educator, will talk about the Bull […]
Pege and John Verani have owned and occupied Argilla Farm since 1974. They will share their research and stories about the property. Join them on this fascinating journey and come […]
Speaker: Sam Hamlin, retired third grade teacher from Shore Country Day school will take you on a tour in search of remnants of ancient civilization here in Ipswich. You will […]
Enter if you dare! Our Haunted House is open Saturdays in October from 7-9pm. Entry is free but donations are gladly accepted.