Opening April 18
for the 2015 Season
Opening June 6
Coming Spring 2015
The Aerial Adventure Exhibit at Heritage
Field Trip Season is Coming- Book now!
School & Youth Group Visits

Book Your Group Visit

Spring begins March 20. Have you booked your school field trip yet? Don't delay- program classes are filling up! Book today @ 508-888-3300, x130.
1955 Porsche Spyder

Driven to Collect

Opening April 18 and showcasing what makes a car so valuable to its collector
Willard  HK

Support Heritage

Your tax-deductible gift helps preserve Heritage's collections, provide educational opportunities for visitors, and keep the gardens blooming for generations to come.
June 6 - October 15, 2015

Secret Shelters

Explore these one-of-a-kind shelters made for contemplating nature, meditating and more. Opening June 2015.
Picture 101

Hydrangeas 2015 Conference

Register now for this Conference on Cape Cod, July 14-16, with Keynote by Dr. Michael Dirr    

It is always a pleasure to speak with visitor services [staff]. We are blessed to have Heritage Museums & Gardens so accessible.

  • Upcoming Events

    Apr
    18
    Sat
    10:00 am The Heritage Collection Opening @ American Art & Carousel Gallery
    The Heritage Collection Opening @ American Art & Carousel Gallery
    Apr 18 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
    Celebrate the return of art and artifacts from Heritage’s collection of 12,000+ items in a fresh new display. Beautiful paintings, rare objects and the famed military miniatures offer examples of American ingenuity and excellence. The Heritage Collection will be open daily from April 18 – October 15. Free with museum admission.
    Apr
    21
    Tue
    8:30 am The Hundred Acre School April Va... @ The Hundred Acre School
    The Hundred Acre School April Va... @ The Hundred Acre School
    Apr 21 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
    The Hundred Acre School opens its doors to children ages 4 to 7 during the April school break. Join us in this new, bright, modern facility for a STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)-focused vacation week program that allows children to question like scientists, use technology as a tool, be creative engineers, and think like mathematicians. We’ll engage in daily STEM exploration adventures throughout Heritage Museums & Gardens, using a variety of locations and hands-on materials to explore, discover and play. Fees: Full Day: $240 through March 31 Full Day: $265 after April 1 Half Day: $160 through March 31 Half Day: $185 after April 1 8-8:30am early care for all four days: $25 3:30-5:30pm after care for all four days: $60 50% due with application, $100 non-refundable Participants must have been 4 years old when school began in September 2014. To enroll or for more information, click here.
    10:30 am Birds of Prey and Native America... @ Heald Center
    Birds of Prey and Native America... @ Heald Center
    Apr 21 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
    Explore the strong connection between raptors and Native Peoples during this exciting program presented by WINGMASTERS combing live birds of prey with authentic Native American artifacts. WINGMASTERS is a partnership between Julie Anne Collier and Jim Parks, licensed raptor rehabilitators who care for injured birds of prey and who are dedicated to increasing public understanding and appreciation of North American birds of prey. Julie’s heritage is part Creek and Chickasaw, and her collection of museum-quality Native American objects illustrates how Native cultures transformed natural materials into objects of beauty and drams such as shields, headdresses, clothing, and jewelry. Please reserve your tickets in advance as we do anticipate that this event will sell out. Purchase Tickets
    12:30 pm Birds of Prey and Native America... @ Heald Center
    Birds of Prey and Native America... @ Heald Center
    Apr 21 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
    Explore the strong connection between raptors and Native Peoples during this exciting program presented by WINGMASTERS combing live birds of prey with authentic Native American artifacts. WINGMASTERS is a partnership between Julie Anne Collier and Jim Parks, licensed raptor rehabilitators who care for injured birds of prey and who are dedicated to increasing public understanding and appreciation of North American birds of prey. Julie’s heritage is part Creek and Chickasaw, and her collection of museum-quality Native American objects illustrates how Native cultures transformed natural materials into objects of beauty and drams such as shields, headdresses, clothing, and jewelry. Please reserve your tickets in advance as we do anticipate that this event will sell out. Purchase Tickets

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