About Appleton Circle Membership
Join the Appleton Circle and connect with a group of Historic New England friends of all ages who share a commitment to preserving the region’s rich cultural heritage. Each year, Appleton Circle members participate in exclusive programs that include behind-the-scenes tours of collections and fascinating lectures, receptions, and tours with curatorial staff. Members also receive invitations throughout the year to domestic and international connoisseurs’ trips and special ticketed events.
Come join in the fun, the camaraderie, and the learning.
Or e-mail the Development Team or call 617-994-5951 for more information.
Upcoming Appleton Circle Events and Trips
January 2015 - Haverhill Collections and Conservation Tour
January 2015 - Appleton Circle visit to New York City with the Karolik Society of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, during Americana Week
April 9-12, 2015 - Appleton Circle American Travel Adventure: Chicago
Recent Appleton Circle Events and Trips
November 2014 - Appleton Circle American Travel Adventure: Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, November 7 to 12
September 2014 - In-depth tour of the Codman Estate and reception at a private home
May 2014 - Private visit and tour of the gardens at the Hunnewell Estate in Wellesley, Mass.
April 2014 - Private talk and tour of the Ames-Webster Mansion in Boston, Mass.
January 2014 - Visit to New York City with the Karolik Society of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and private tour of Selling the Dwelling: The Books That Built America's Houses, 1775-2000 with curator Richard Cheek
November 2013 - Appleton Circle American Travel Adventure: Arkansas
July 2013 - Appleton Circle day trip to private homes in Newport, Rhode Island, with the Ogden Codman Design Group, during the Newport Antiques Show
June 2013 - Good Things Are Worth Preserving Gala at the Eustis Estate
April 2013 - Appleton Circle Travel Program to Philadelphia
February 2013 - Private visit to a Beacon Hill home
January 2013 - Appleton Circle trip to New York City with the Karolik Society of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston