We would like to thank the many people planning to visit us throughout the year and would ask that you please take special note of our museum hours. For the safety of our visitors and the safeguard of this historic site, we must ask that you ONLY visit during these times, as we do not allow visitors to walk around any part of the property when we are closed. We will do whatever we can do accommodate visitors upon request*, but ask for your patience and understanding of the limited resources of a volunteer run site. Thank you for your support!
2023 Hours: (The last admission tickets are sold 30 minutes before closing time so please plan accordingly)
- May & June: Saturdays only from 10:00am-3:00pm
- July & August: Wednesday-Saturday only from 10:00am-3:00pm
- September: Weekends only from 10:00am-3:00pm
- October: Tuesdays 10:00am-1:00pm & Weekends 10:00am-3:00pm
- November 1-12th: Weekends only from 10:00am-3:00pm
Please read our Tour Information page for the updated Visitation Guidelines.
Seniors (65+) $8
Children (6-16) $7
Children Under 6 FREE
*If you would like to request a private tour on a day that we are not open to the public we please ask that you give us at least 2 weeks notice as we only have a small number of volunteers able to open the site at this time. (Please note that we will not be taking any requests December-February). For a private group of 5 or less people we charge a $50 opening fee, but for larger groups over 5 people we charge the standard admission rate. You can message us on Facebook or email email@example.com to book a private tour.
Other Site Policies:
- Souvenir photos are welcome. However all professional photography or video (for the purposes of sale and/or publishing for commercial purposes) requires written permission by the Danvers Alarm List Company, Inc.
- Pets and Emotional Support Animals are not permitted with the exception of certified service animals Defined by Title II and Title III of the ADA.
- Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the grounds or in the parking area of the Nurse Homestead. Vaping is not permitted in any buildings onsite.
Due to the nature of their historic architecture the Nurse Family Home,
Meeting House, and Endecott Shop are not wheelchair accessible.
- The grounds of the museum consist of uneven dirt, grass, and gravel pathways
- Guided tours of the Nurse family home last approximately 25-30 minutes and require one step up into the building, and multiple steps up to the bedchamber. The home also has narrow doorways and raised thresholds. Visitors will be standing, walking, or climbing stairs during this experience.
- Entering the Meeting House requires two steps up from ground level, and there are backless benches and some folding chairs available for seating in this building.
- Entering the Endecott Shop requires multiple steps up and has a couple folding chairs available for seating.
- The cemetery is 300 yards from the historic buildings, and requires walking a rocky dirt pathway with partial areas of steep decline. There are no places to sit on the way down or at the cemetery.
If you have any other specific questions about accessibility please reach out via email Info@RebeccaNurse.org