8 Memorial Street
Deerfield, MA 01342
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Surrounded by gentle meadows and wooded hills, the 300 year old village of Deerfield speaks with quiet eloquence of New England's rural past. The village museum, Memorial Hall, one of New England's oldest museums, houses collections of furnishings, paintings, textiles, tools, and Indian artifacts.
New exhibit! "Skilled Hands and High Ideals," illustrates how a group of visionary women transformed Deerfield into one of the nation’s leading crafts centers. Featuring Deerfield Society of Blue and White embroidery; metalwork, furniture, basketry, weaving, netting, and photography—and stories about the artisans.
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