Make the start of your summer truly historic with a day of family fun, and outdoor adventure at Old Sturbridge Village. Don’t miss the sun or the savings this July! Watch a blacksmith, shoemaker, potter, and tinner at work, meet the oxen, lambs, and two bull calves, take a horse-drawn ride around the countryside, tour the gardens, and so much more! See, hear, feel, smell, taste and experience early American history up-close and hands-on.
Visit Old Sturbridge Village in July and save BIG! Up to three kids FREE per accompanying full-paying adult throughout July 2017. The Village is open Wednesday-Sunday from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm (except on July 23, when the Village is open from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm for the Craft Beer & Roots Music Festival). Cannot be combined with other discounts.
Old Sturbridge Village members may also bring non-member children to the Village for free throughout July 2017.
7 Things To Experience During July At Old Sturbridge Village
|Be amazed by watching the blacksmith, tinner, potter, cooper, and printer at work.|
|Learn how early 19th-century New Englanders prepared and preserved food during the summer months without refrigeration or electricity.|
|Ride a stagecoach around the Village Common and explore the Quinebaug River by boat.*|
|Meet our family of heritage breed animals including sheep, chickens, pigs, and cattle (including two young bull calves!).|
Visit the new cabinetmaking exhibition, Planed, Grained & Dovetailed: Cabinetmaking in Rural New England.
|Enjoy delicious ice cream or scrumptious homemade cookies at our famous Bake Shop.*|
|Step back in time and explore more than 40 historic homes, trade shops, meetinghouses, covered bridges, and barns.|
*Additional purchase required.