Norman Rockwell Museum

Stockbridge, MA

Where are we going?

Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Glendale Rd
MA 01262


What is there to do?

Norman Rockwell was one of the most incredible and inspiring artists of the 20th century, and a visit to the Norman Rockwell Museum celebrates that!

The Norman Rockwell Museum is home to the largest and most significant collection of Rockwell art in the WORLD - so if you are a fan of his art, or just love to explore new things, a visit here on your next family day out might just need to be on the list!

So who just is Norman Rockwell? Well, he was actually born in New York City in 1894, and always knew he wanted to be an artist (kids, if there is something you LOVE to do growing up, that might just be your calling!)

At 14, Rockwell enrolled in art classes, and went on to study art in the National Academy of Design, and actually found success early, leading to painting a whopping 322 magazine cover in his career, and from 1939 began to paint works that reflected small-town life in America - freezing moments of the nation's history for all to see throughout the ages.

Not only does the Norman Rockwell Museum hold a significant public collection of original Rockwell pieces, but it also features a number of other displays filled with personal memorabilia, reference materials and supplies.

History, art, and a US icon - it's all there waiting to be discovered in Vermont's Norman Rockwell Museum - it's art-tastic!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $20

Children: Free under 18 years

Discount: Seniors $18, Veterans $17, College Students with ID $10


Need a little extra help?

The museum is accessible, with accessible parking, elevators, manual wheelchairs available and a number of accessible features - so everyone can visit!


When can we go?

10am - 5pm daily (10am - 4pm on weekdays from November to April)

Open year round, closed July 4th, Christmas Day, New Years Day


Any top tips?

Check out the schedule for the Gallery Talks, which last 20 minutes (often at 11am, 12:30pm and 2:30pm daily) and are free with museum admisison

I’m Hungry!

The Terrace Cafe is open during regular business hours and is a great place to sit and enjoy some lunch or snacks before continuing your museum experience! Tuck into sandwiches, sweet treats, and salads! - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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