Memorial Hall Museum is now open for the 2024 season, 11 am to 4:30 pm on weekends in May and Tuesday through Sunday (closed Mondays) from June through October.
Admission is FREE, donations welcome. We look forward to welcoming you again this season. Learn more about the museum here....


ANNUAL 4TH OF JULY CONCERT


July 4, 2024
3 pm

Blue & White Room
Westmoreland Town Band FREE Concert


OLD DEERFIELD SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT SERIES
July 7 – September 1, 2024

Beautiful chamber music performed in the lovely Victorian setting of Memorial Hall Museum’s Music Room at 3 p.m. on Sundays July 7th through September 1st, 2024.

Tickets: $15  for adults; $8 for seniors and students. Tickets available at the door.  

See schedule here or download the .pdf flier here.


BARBIE – ALL DOLLED UP

We opened Memorial Hall for the 2024 season with Barbie – All Dolled Up in Deerfield, one of our three special exhibits this year. All Dolled Up covers an entire wall in the museum’s Costume Gallery to showcase this collection of 58 stunning designer Barbie Dolls from Bob Mackie, Christian Dior, Oscar de la Renta, and more.

Barbie is terrific “material culture” that captures a piece of mid-20th to early 21st centuries history. She has a story to tell, like the many dolls from over the centuries we display. Also, visit the 3rd floor gallery to view our collection of doll treasures from the past and present.


FEBRUARY 29, 1704
The Raid on Deerfield and its Legacy

The story of Deerfield’s defining moment and its lasting impacts are told through a multicultural lens. With the famous Old Sheldon House Door as the centerpiece, this exhibit uses rare objects and documents to tell the story of the 1704 Raid on Deerfield.



NEW ROOTS IN RIVER BANKS
Contributions of Polish & Other Eastern European Immigrants to the Connecticut River ValleyFree Exhibit & Events 2024

September 21 to October 31
Exhibit at Memorial Hall Museum
Open Tues—Sun, 11 am—4:30 pm

Sunday, October 20, 1-5 PM
Heritage Day, Lecture by Dr. Patrice Dabrowski “Poland” 1880-1920
10 Memorial St., Deerfield

Questions? Call 413-774-7476, x 260
See here for sponsors, donors, and other contributors.


Founded in Deerfield, Massachusetts in 1870 as the first historical society in Western Massachusetts, today the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association is a vibrant regional organization, supporting the Memorial Hall Museum and Library, Deerfield Teachers’ Center, Indian House Children’s Museum, and Community Outreach projects. Click the links on the sidebar to the right for information about each aspect of PVMA.

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