Plan Your Visit

Coronavirus Update

The grounds of Fruitlands are now open in a controlled manner to limit overcrowding. Reserved time/day passes are required in advance. Buildings will remain closed until further notice.

Click here for more information and to get passes.

Not yet a Member? You can get passes and join at the same time.

FAQs for Timed Entry and Daily Parking Pass

Fruitlands Museum at Home

While the Museum is closed until further notice, we are excited to offer fun and engaging ways to interact with you online. Click here to enjoy virtual tours, story readings, sunset livestreams, and more and bring the Fruitlands Museum experience into your home. For statewide Trustees at home experiences, click here.

Hours

MAIN SEASON
May 21 – November 8, 2020

  • Wednesday through Sunday: 11AM - 4PM
  • Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

WINTER SEASON
November 4, 2019 – March 22, 2020

  • Saturday and Sunday: 12Noon - 5PM
  • Monday - Friday: Closed

During winter open hours visit the Art Gallery, Wayside Gallery, Museum Store, and museum grounds. All other museum buildings and the Café are closed and will re-open during the main season.

Fruitlands Museum will be closed from March 23, 2020 until Main Season opening on April 18, 2020.

Admission

Regular admission is always FREE for Trustees members!

MAIN SEASON

  • Adults: $15
  • Seniors (65+) and Students with valid student ID: $12
  • Children 5-13: $6, under age 5: FREE
  • Trails/Grounds Only: Adults $6, Children $3

WINTER SEASON

  • Adults, seniors, students, & children: $5
  • Children under age 5: FREE

Group Rates

Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more individuals.
Please contact the education department to make arrangements for your visit.

Adults - $12/person
Seniors and College Students - $10/person
Student Groups - $8/each

Please note that group rates cannot be combined with any other discount offers (library passes, free member admission, etc.)

Teachers are always FREE!

Accessibility

The Museum Café, Museum Store/Admissions, Wayside Visitor Center and Art Museum are fully handicap accessible. The Shaker Museum, Native American Museum and Fruitlands Farmhouse are antique buildings, and are, therefore, not handicap accessible.

A staff member is available to drive patrons with lower mobility around the property in our John Deere Gator.

Fruitlands is an outdoor site. You may want to wear comfortable shoes and bring a hat. The Art Museum, Wayside Visitor Center, Fruitlands Museum Café and Fruitlands Museum Store are air-conditioned. LATE SEASON ADVICE: The historic buildings do not have climate control, therefore, visitors are advised to dress appropriately.

Dogs

We welcome leashed dogs on the grounds. Only service dogs are allowed in the buildings. Please pick up after your dog so everyone can enjoy the grounds. 

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Fruitlands Museum
102 Prospect Hill Road
Harvard, Massachusetts 01451
(978) 456.3924
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