Historic New England partners with museums, galleries, and other venues to present exhibitions that draw from our Library and Archives, which contains more than one million items that document the region's architectural and cultural history, and our extraordinarily broad object collection, the largest assemblage of New England art and artifacts in the country. Many of our exhibitions are the result of our 100 Years, 100 Communities initiative, which preserves and shares the twentieth-century stories of communities throughout New England.
Several of these exhibitions are available for rental by museums, galleries, and other venues. Learn more.
Exhibitions on View
The Way We Worked, adapted from an original exhibition developed by the National Archives, explores how work became a central element in American culture by tracing the many changes that affected the workforce and work environments.
Through May 5, 2013
White on White: Churches of Rural New England presents images of early churches of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries from photographer Steve Rosenthal.
May 31 - October 27, 2013