Emily Dickinson Museum


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Guided tours or self-guided audio tours of Emily Dickinson's estate provide insight into her life and many works

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History museums instill wonder in children who have become bored with their own closets full of skeletons. Discover a body of knowledge with this Groupon.

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  • $20 for admission to a group tour for up to four people (up to a $40 value)
  • $32 for a one-year individual or household membership for up to two adults and two children (up to a $65 value), which includes two complimentary guest passes and 10% off at the museum store<p>

Visitors to the museum can embark on any of three regularly scheduled tours of the two homes and three acres where influential poet Emily Dickinson spent most of her life.<p>

Emily Dickinson Museum

The Amherst College–owned Emily Dickinson Museum preserves the memory and work of the poet and hyphen master by maintaining the estate where she lived and composed many of her nearly 1,800 poems. The museum includes The Homestead, her birthplace and longtime residence, which stands near The Evergreens, where her brother, Austin, lived with his family. Emily and her siblings were all avid gardeners, cultivating flowers and hedges throughout their 3-acre estate. Emily herself maintained a conservatory for her collection of exotic plants, and she drew endless inspiration from her natural surroundings for her work.

The Emily Dickinson Museum welcomes field trips for groups of students and schedules events throughout the year to celebrate her poetry and role in American literary history. Interactive poetry discussion groups meet at various Amherst locations, keeping Dickinson's style relevant by communicating only in rhyming quatrains.

Customer Reviews

Really enjoyed this--surprising insights into Emily Dickinson and her family.
Stephen S. · October 19, 2014

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