Experience the past with these ongoing hands-on activities: dress in 18th century clothing; play with old-time toys; card and spin wool; read from a hornbook; write with a quill pen; make a tavern game; carry buckets; find out what’s for dinner in a 1700’s kitchen; and mind your 18th century manners!
The “Indian House” was built in 1929 as a replica of the famous 1699 Ensign John Sheldon House. Located at 107 Main Street, the house is a few doors north of the Deerfield Inn, on the same side of the street.
Indian House Memorial Children’s Museum opens for the season August 4–October 7, weekends only, 11 am–4:30 pm. The first floor is open for hands-on activities. Learn more here. Admission is a choice on the Memorial Hall Single Building ticket. All others: $6 for adults; $3 for students (ages 13-21); children 12 and under are free. The door is kept locked, please ring bell for admission
Note to Teachers: The Indian House is available for field trips. More information here.