The Museum is scheduled to reopen on Tuesday, August 19!
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White-Ellery House Programs

The White-Ellery House (1710), an outstanding example of First Period architecture located at the gateway to Cape Ann, serves as the backdrop for local history programming and a rotating display of work by contemporary local artists. The House is located at 245 Washington Street, just off the Grant Circle Rotary; parking is available for most events onsite or on nearby streets.

White-Ellery House, 2011

One-day Contemporary Art Installations

Scheduled for the first Saturday of every summer month, these one-day installations feature exhibitions by contemporary Cape Ann artists working in a variety of mediums.

History Programming

From Civil War reenactments to architectural tours, the White-Ellery House, located on the original town green, is the perfect venue.

Tavern Night

This annual fall fundraiser introduces visitors to the food, drink and music reminiscent of the 18th century when the White- Ellery House was a tavern.