As the largest living history museum in New England, Old Sturbridge Village brings history to life through costumed historians, preserved buildings, a working farm and mills, amazing objects in our vast collections and incredible stories from life in the early 19th century. Offering more programming, more hands-on experiences and more fun for all ages, we are more than a museum—we are Old Sturbridge Village.
Please Note: Old Sturbridge Village hours change seasonally. Please check our website for detailed information.
Non-refrigerated, sheltered lunch storage and eating space is available on a first-come-first-served basis in the Lunch Room by the Museum Education Center. Outdoor picnic tables are available throughout the Village campus. Please consolidate lunches into boxes or large bags. There is no food available for purchase at the Museum Education Center.
In the Village, the Bullard Tavern Cafe offers seasonal selections. Due to limited space, school groups are not allowed to dine in the Bullard Tavern Café unless purchasing food.
Two sets of bathrooms are located down a short path at the Museum Education Each bathroom contains 4 stalls and 2 sinks. There are additional bathrooms for workshop participants in the Museum Education Center.