Americans with Disabilities Act accessible
Assistive devices available
"Folk Roots, New Roots : Folklore in American Life"
"Unearthing New England's Past : The Ceramic Evidence"
"Bespangled, Painted & Embroidered Decorated Masonic Aprons
in America, 1790-1850"
"Face to Face : M.W. Hopkins & Noah North"
Special Collection Contact(s):
Library Staff (see web page for specialties)
M-F, by appointment
2,500 linear feet of archives
60,000 volumes of monographs
500 sets of serial titles
60 audio tapes
60 video tapes
2 8mm. motion picture reels
American History Decorative Arts Masonic and other Fraternal and Sororal Organizations
Collection(s) are available by appointment only
Closed stacks, staff assisted access
Access only in reading room, supervised
All or part of the collection(s) not accessible
Photocopying is done by the staff, for a fee
Restrictions on scanners
Restrictions on cameras
Restrictions on tape recorders
No loans permitted
The National Heritage Muserum is located in Lexington, Massachusetts,
at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Marrett Road (Route 2A),
12 miles west of Boston.
FROM ROUTE 2 (BOSTON):
Take Exit for Routes 4/225 to Lexington (1 1/2 miles from the exit)
until you reach the Museum at 33 Marrett Road. Free parking
FROM I-95 / ROUTE 128:
Take Exit 30A East (Route 2A) for 2.5 miles. Free parking available.
From Alewife Station on the Red Line take bus #76 (Hanscom Field) or
bus #62 (Bedford V.A. Hospital) to the Museum. For more information
call the MBTA at (617)722-3200.