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.
Several of these exhibitions are available for rental by museums, galleries, and other venues. Learn more.
On View Now
In this juried exhibition, twenty-three New England artists consider the value of regional identity in a world where digital media and corporate enterprise diminish cultural differences.
June 3 - September 11, 2016
Sarah Orne Jewett House Museum and Visitor Center, South Berwick, Maine
Lost Gardens of New England
A beautiful exhibition on New England gardens, great and small, that no longer exist or only partially survive.
May 1 - October 31, 2016
Rotch-Jones-Duff House and Gardens, New Bedford, Mass.
Touring New England, 1820-1970
Explore more than 100 years of travel and tourism in New England. This charming panel exhibition reveals the distinct characteristics of each New England state and showcases the worldwide appeal of New England's history, natural beauty, and regional attractions. Objects relating to travel in the Piscataqua Region are on display.
July 22 - October 16, 2016
Gov. John Langdon House, Portsmouth, N.H.
Haymarket, the Soul of the City presents forty photographs from the four seasons at Boston’s Haymarket with photographs by Justin H. Goodstein, interviews with Ken Turino, and a video featuring the sights, sounds, and voices of Haymarket.
September 15 - October 30, 2016
BSA Space, Boston, Mass.