The Pelham Historical Society Museum and Historical Complex are located on top of Pelham hill at the intersections of Amherst Road and Daniel Shays Highway (RT 202). The museum will be open to the public on Sunday afternoons 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM from June 3rd through September 30th. The Historical Complex grounds are opened year round from dawn to dusk.
This year, the museum will open with a new overarching exhibit exploring the history of “a tract of land commonly called New Lisborn” that in 1743 became “a township by the name of Pelham.” The exhibit will feature a family-learning area and solicit input from visitors for future special exhibits. Please visit!
376 Amherst Road
Pelham, MA 01002
The Pelham Museum and Historical Complex is FREE and Open to the Public.
Come see our small town’s big history!
YOU ARE INVITED to become Volunteer PHS Museum Greeters
Greeters are needed for each Sunday. Only one Sunday afternoon commitment required. Museum Greeter training/mentoring provided.