The Museum of Old Newbury is headquartered at the 1808 Cushing House and preserves three historic buildings, a restored 19th century garden, and a world class collection of art, archives, and artifacts. Founded in 1877 as the Historical Society of Old Newbury, the museum grew to include the collection of the Newburyport Marine Society in 1912. This collection is now shared with the Custom House Maritime Museum, a short walk away. Through museum tours, public programs and events, and research, the museum brings the history of Newburyport, Newbury, and West Newbury to life for visitors from around the world.
Tours are conducted on the hour (11 am, noon, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm) during open days and last approximately 45 minutes-1 hour. All visitors must be accompanied by a guide throughout the museum.
Tours are limited to ten people - please arrive 10 minutes early. To guarantee your spot, please reserve your ticket here today.
Directions and Parking
We are located at the corner of High and Fruit Streets in Newburyport, Massachusetts. Street parking is available on both High and Fruit, with a two-hour limit on Fruit Street parking and no limit on High.
Date and Time
Friday Sep 23, 2022 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM EDT
June 2 - Oct. 9, 2022
Thursday-Sunday - open between 11am-5pm*
*Last tour is at 4pm.
Museum of Old Newbury 98 High Street Newburyport, MA 01950