Ipswich Museum | Long and Rich History of Ipswich, MA
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Wednesday’s Lecture on March 15th has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 22nd at 7:30pm.
What’s Happening at the Museum | January to March
Special Winter Exhibit: The Railroad in Ipswich
The Railroad in Ipswich exhibit is open each Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 4 in the afternoon, February, March, and April.
Cost: family non-members $10, individual non-members $5, and free for museum members.
This exhibit tells the story of the railroad in Ipswich and examines its impact on the community over the years. The highlight of The Railroad in Ipswich is a working model of the railroad in Ipswich in 1910! Visit the exhibit to see the trains in action and talk to the “engineers” of this exhibit.
Brown Bag Lunch, March 6th at noon: Join Weekend Manager, Bob Purzycki, for a Behind the Scenes and Landscape Tour of Castle Hill. Bob will share with us stories and images from his many years as a docent at the Castle.
Wednesday Evening Lecture, March 15th at 7:30 pm: Special guest, Darius Gaskins presents Renaissance and the Railroads: A Perspective on the Last Several Decades of the Industry.