Telling the Whole Story: A Presentation on the History of the Free and Enslaved of the Moffatt Ladd House. A foremost concern of the National…
After being closed for over a year, the Moffatt-Ladd House reopened for guided tours. From July 2 through October 18, the Moffatt-Ladd House was open 4 days a week (Friday through Monday), with tours offered every half-hour.
We hope you had a chance to visit the site this year. It has been a great season! We welcomed over 1,600 visitors for tours of the house and garden from all over the world, a number similar to pre-pandemic seasons, demonstrating that people are eager to once again visit museums and learn about local history. Thank you to all our guides and volunteers for making this such a successful season and for keeping the public and staff safe through added safety measures.
Our visitors continue to be impressed when visiting the site. One visitor posted an online review recently, calling it an “amazing and lovely house museum…. I’ve been to house museums all over England and New England and this one is top of the list.”
Now we look forward to next year, and in the meantime will be continuing to care for the house as it “sleeps” this winter!