Charles Looff Charles Looff came to Brooklyn, New York from Denmark in 1870 at the age of eighteen. Already a talented woodcarver, he found employment in a furniture factory. Looking to further expand his horizons, he persuaded the owner of a pavilion at the popular amusement park Con
Each year, the autos displayed in the J.K. Lilly III Auto Gallery exhibit are refreshed by swapping out vehicles on display or relocating vehicles to different locations in the two-story exhibit gallery. But how is that accomplished? Moving vehicles at Heritage can be a fun challenge!
This Rubina Verde Glass Salt Shaker (c. 1885-1900) from an unidentified maker is part of The Heritage Collection’s new display of art glass. Both decorative and useful, art glass was popular in America from 1875 to 1900. The salt shaker is made of mold-blown glass with a thumb print d
Beautiful. Inspirational. Thought-provoking. Heritage’s special exhibit, Painted Landscapes: Contemporary Views, presents the American landscape as depicted by today’s best living artists, featuring over 40 paintings by renowned artists coast to coast. Guest curator and New York
Driven to Collect is located in the Automobile Gallery, which is a reproduction of the Round Stone Barn at Hancock Shaker Village. Learn more about the cars in Heritage’s antique automobile collection. Driven to Collect showcases Heritage’s permanent collection of antique and cl
Old East Windmill The Old East Windmill, built in 1800 in Orleans, Massachusetts, served that community for 93 years grinding wheat, rye, barley and salt from the local salt works. During the Civil War, the windmill also ground corn meal to be used as field rations for Union soldiers.
Come Swing Into Fun! We are pleased to announce that The Adventure Park at Heritage Museums & Gardens is now open! See you in the trees! What is the Adventure Park at Heritage Museums & Gardens? Tickets, pricing and hours Save money! Purchase a combo ticket to Heritage and T