April 04, 2015 to April 05, 2015  
Old Sturbridge Village extends to OSV Members the privilege of bringing their dog to Old Sturbridge Village during the first weekend of the month in January, February, March, April, and November.  Not a Member yet?  Join now. Members - have you attended a Dog Day in the past?  Send us photos of your dog enjoying the Village! Dog Days Policies In order to be eligible to participate in Dog Days at...
April 05, 2015 - 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Call 508-347-0362 for reservations.

Adults $39.95
Seniors $35.95
Children ages 3 -12  $13.95
Children under 3 free
(prices are inclusive of tax and gratuity)


A Sampling of Our Menu Fresh Rolls with whipped butter Fresh Fruit Caesar Salad Garden Salad Assorted Salads Smoked Salmon Display Shrimp Cocktail Rosemary and Garlic Carved Leg of Lamb with Mint Pesto Prime Rib of Beef with Au jus and Horseradish Cream Smoked Pit Ham with Bourbon Maple Glaze Baked New England Cod with Chardonnay and Butter Basmati Pilaf Mashed Yukon Gold Potatoes...
April 11, 2015 - 10:00 AM
Join OSV staff for a tour of the costume building that houses all of the reproduction costuming for the Village and learn about the work involved in clothing an entire village!  Space is limited to eight – first come, first serve.  (Meets at the Visitor Center to walk to the Costume Building). Take a Closer Look is a monthly program open to all OSV Members. Held on the second Saturday of each...
April 11, 2015  

For every one scout in uniform one parent gets in for the child rate ($8).

Purchase Scout Day Admission Tickets

Scout Day at Old Sturbridge Village is one of the Scout programs offered by OSV, providing Scouts, and their families and friends, the opportunity to learn about America's proud past!  Our recreated community portrays a "typical" New England town of the early 19th century. Special programs and hands-on studios designed around a specific theme help Scouts earn requirements toward badges, meet...
April 18, 2015 to April 26, 2015  
Young and old are invited to celebrate spring with the arrival of baby animals and the prepping of our fields at Old Sturbridge Village. Meet the Village’s cuddly, heritage breed newborns up-close and experience first-hand the responsibilities of raising animals on a farm in 1830. At the Freeman Farm, families will learn about 19th century agriculture practices and tools, as well as learn how...
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