Marblehead Museum

170 Washington Street, Marblehead, MA 01945


Health & Safety


CDC Recommended Cleaning Procedures
Hand Wash/Sanitizer Stations
Mobile Payments Accepted
Open For Business
Social Distance Markings/Signage
Social Distancing Guidelines Enforced
Virtual Events

Personal Protection

Health Related Staff Training
Health Screening Required-Guest
Health Screening Required-Staff
Masks Provided
Masks Required-Guest
Masks Required-Staff

The Marblehead Museum is located 16 miles north of Boston, Massachusetts in Marblehead‰’s historic district of colonial period homes and buildings. The Jeremiah Lee Mansion, the J.O.J. Frost Gallery, Marblehead History Archives and the Civil War & G.A.R. Museum are all part of the Marblehead Museum‰’s exceptional collection of places, artifacts, documents, and photographs that span five centuries of Marblehead history. The Museum was originally established in 1898 as the Historical Society of Marblehead. Recently, the organization became the Marblehead Museum & Historical Society and then simply, the Marblehead Museum, to reflect its museum-quality collection and professional approach to exhibits, research, preservation and education. The Marblehead Museum’s mission is to preserve, protect and promote Marblehead’s unique history. The Museum is an educational resource for residents of Marblehead and visitors and scholars from around the world. It is a private non-profit supported solely by membership dues and contributions. For more information please visit:

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