Historic Houses

Visitor Center at Hall Tavern

The first stop for visitors to Historic Deerfield, the Visitor Center at Hall Tavern was originally built in 1760 in Charlemont, Massachusetts. » Learn More

Allen House

Built in 1734, and renovated in 1945, the Allen House served as the residence of Historic Deerfield’s founders, Henry and Helen Flynt. » Learn More

Ashley House

Built in 1734, the Ashley House served as the home of Deerfield’s 18th-century minister with furnishings of the Connecticut River elite and English ceramics. It is an example of Deerfield’s first 18th-century building boom. » Learn More

Stebbins House

Built in 1799, the Asa Stebbins House features Federal period architecture, wall treatments, and decorative arts. » Learn More

Barnard Tavern

Built in 1795, the Barnard Tavern was at the center of village life at the end of the 18th century. » Learn More

Dwight House

Built ca. 1754 in Springfield, Massachusetts, the Dwight House was moved to Deerfield in 1950 when it was threatened with demolition. » Learn More

Frary House

Built circa 1750, the Frary House depicts the Colonial Revival home of Miss C. Alice Baker, as restored in the 1890s with New England antiques, Arts and Crafts needlework, ironware and basketry. » Learn More

Sheldon House

Built in 1754/7, the Sheldon House has an 1802 single-story ell or addition to the rear. The house is interpreted to the period of 1780 to 1810, when the house was occupied by three generations of Sheldon family members. » Learn More

Wells-Thorn House

Built in 1747, the Wells-Thorn House presents period rooms depicting the lifestyle of Deerfield residents in a progression from the early days of 1725 all the way up to the high-style of the 1850s. » Learn More

Williams House

Originally constructed in 1730, the Hinsdale and Anna Williams House was extensively renovated to its present appearance in 1816. » Learn More

Wright House

Currently home to the exhibit Furniture Masterworks: Tradition and Innovation in Western Massachusetts, part of Four Centuries of Massachusetts Furniture. » Learn More

Henry Needham Flynt Silver and Metalware Collection

The Henry Needham Flynt Silver and Metalware Collection is generally recognized as one of the top ten collections of American silver worldwide. » Learn More