Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for entry to the John Brown House Museum for two (up to a $20 value)
- $18 for entry to the museum for four (up to a $40 value)
Built in 1788, the John Brown House Museum displays the culture and social life of its early years through its architecture, as well as preserved collections of artwork and decor—featuring a squirrel motif.
Rhode Island Historical Society
More than 25,000 artifacts, 100,000 printed items, 400,000 historic maps and photographs, and 9 million feet of motion-picture film. Founded in 1822, the Rhode Island Historical Society chronicles the past of its native state with an expansive collection, film screenings, special presentations, and other weekly events. In addition to these programs, the organization keeps local history alive at its three historic sites. Visitors can embark on guided or self-guided explorations of the 18th-century John Brown House Museum—a registered National Historic Landmark—as well as the library, which houses the society's collections. The Rhode Island Historical Society also oversees the Museum of Work and Culture, where exhibits recount the social, cultural, and economic history of northern Rhode Island through the 20th century.
100% of 17 customers recommend
“The staff and volunteers were very welcoming and friendly. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and passionate about the history he shared with us.”
“Very educational experience and excellent tour guide”
“The John Brown house is very beautiful and filled with lots of historic treasures. The recorded tour was interesting and easy to follow. The staff were very pleasant...”
“The John Brown house is very beautiful and filled with lots of historic treasures. The recorded tour was interesting and easy to follow. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. I would definitely recommend!”