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Museum of Our Industrial Heritage

2 Mead St, Greenfield, MA 01301-3862
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It was well done but not my area of interest

Nicely done little museum on the industrial history of the region. I am not a huge fan of... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2015
brittany z z
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Amherst, Massachusetts
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Mr. Dan T

It was a great tour by two wonderful and very knowledgeable museum staff. They were informative... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2015
Foresthiker2014
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15 Aug 2015
“It was well done but not my area of interest”
15 Aug 2015
“Mr. Dan T”
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2 Mead St, Greenfield, MA 01301-3862
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Reviewed 16 August 2015 via mobile

Nicely done little museum on the industrial history of the region. I am not a huge fan of industrial history, but stopped because I like learning about the history of the area. The volunteers there are great older guys that know alot and are more...More

Thank brittany z z
Reviewed 15 August 2015 via mobile

It was a great tour by two wonderful and very knowledgeable museum staff. They were informative and even let me try different tools. The staff taught me how to make screws and bolts with the tap and die machine.

Thank Foresthiker2014
Reviewed 10 August 2015 via mobile

Follow the passionate volunteer guide from quality cutlery, dye, metal work, cathode tube, and other displays in the heart if what might look like beautiful nowhere if you fail to stop, look around, and ask questions. Find out how stubbornness, a competitive spirit, engineering, and...More

Thank Joseph G
Reviewed 31 July 2015

I brought my kids here and they loved it. Me to! Its a great place to learn about the local history. Its even in an old mill type building. There are many friends that volunteer here and make it a great place to learn about...More

Thank Jack D
Reviewed 7 July 2015

This museum has so much local history (It's in an old manufacturing building, tucked next to a river), students visit from local schools to learn more about their community, and their grandparents come to see bits of their own past - highlights include some of...More

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Reviewed 23 November 2014

As a former employee of the Greenfield Steel Stamp Company (high school and some college years in 1970s), which now houses the Museum of Our Industrial Heritage, I must say that it was very exciting and heartwarming to see what has been created here. A...More

1  Thank Peter R
Reviewed 25 September 2013

We attended opening day for the 2013 season and found the enthusiasm, dedication, and knowledge-base of the staff simply contagious. The Museum of Our Industrial Heritage brings to life the history of industrial Greenfield and the surrounding communities through their collections, photographs, notations, and personal...More

4  Thank LilCapalini
Reviewed 30 August 2013

Telling the Important story of the rise and fall of the local tool manufacturing industry. Important to know and remember this story. Dedicated and talented staff here are doing a great job. Check out the excellent website.

3  Thank latefordinner
Reviewed 2 July 2013

This museum has a tremendous upside and with the proper funding and vision will become a destination one of these days. Their website is well-,maintained and you should refer to it before planning a visit. Here is brief synopsis of their self-description regarding the collection:...More

4  Thank ValleyVoyagerMangia
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Len R
Is the museum open in September, what does it cost to attend and do you have group rates(for GHS Reunion)? Len Remaly Monson, MA
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