Museum Hours

Museum is open every Wednesday 1:00pm – 4:00pm and Saturday 1:00pm – 4:00pm
starting June 3rd Our last day open to the public will be on October 28th.
The museum can also be opened by appointment.

Admission is free to members
Adults $5
Seniors $4
Students $2
Children under age six – Free
Group rate for ten or more is half price.

7 thoughts on “Museum Hours

  1. Good afternoon I am trying to find the route of the Nemasket trail in our town. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Dan Curran

    • Dear Dan,

      Our neighbor the Robbins Museum located on Jackson Street in Middleborough would probably be the best source for the information
      regarding the Nemasket Path.
      Dan Thompson
      MHA

  2. Would it be possible to have an appointment for thursday may 11th at 4pm. I would like to bring my 4 grandsons ages 9 to 12 to visit. Thank you

    • Our museum’s Opening Day for this season is this Sat, May 27 from 1 to 4
      and then on Wed and Sat 1 to 4 starting June 3. Sorry we get not get your message
      earlier. If you would like to arrange a tour by appointment please reply to his gmail address or call 508-947-1969. Thank you for your interest

  3. Hello,
    We are students from Middleborough High School, part of Rho Kappa, the national history honors society. For this society, it is a requirement that one must complete five history related community service hours and the director, Dr. Miller referred us to your museum. We were wondering how we could get in contact with someone about doing some community service at your museum as soon as possible as our deadline is May 22. We were told to visit and ask for a Dotty Thayer, but when we tried to visit, the museum was closed.
    Thank you,
    Sarah Cote and Rebecca Lamoureux

    • Sorry we did not receive your message in time for your hours before May 22. We are open Sat and Wed from 1 to 4 beginning with this Sat. May 27.
      We also have a free program tomorrow night at 6:30 pm at the museum for Deborah Sampson Day if you are interested.
      Thanks for your interest.
      Daniel Thompson, MHA Vice President

  4. Hello – I am looking for past land use information on specific parcels surrounding the Middleborough Station Layover, and Middleborough Secondary railroad ROW, as part of archaeological research for the South Coast Rail project. Please let me know if there is anyone in town who can help out.

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