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Part of the Big E, good break from the fair

Visited the Village as part of the visit to big E. Buildings were collected and moved here long... read more

Reviewed 6 October 2017
Beverly, Massachusetts

This is a wonderful example of an 18th Century home built in North Brookfield, MA by Captain John... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
West Brookfield, Massachusetts
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Restored New England village features several buildings (circa 1767-1850), which were dismantled, moved and reassembled to create a living historic museum.
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1305 Memorial Ave, West Springfield, MA 01089-3578
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Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile

Interesting museum and very informative! The people that they have working here, demonstrating and answering questions are very informative and have a lot of patience! A little girl had a question but they took their time answering her questions! It is an interesting place to...More

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Reviewed 6 October 2017

Visited the Village as part of the visit to big E. Buildings were collected and moved here long ago and are preserved with guides in period clothing telling stories of the past. well worth the visit when open!

Thank Jake_MA_11
Reviewed 3 October 2017

This is a wonderful example of an 18th Century home built in North Brookfield, MA by Captain John Potter. I once played in the cellar hole of this home!

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Reviewed 21 September 2017

Is a small venue, but worth taking the time. Much valley history here, and the staff were very friendly, and answered all our questions. They were not busy, sad as more people would enjoy coming here if they knew about it.

Thank Tom L
Reviewed 23 April 2017

3 of my 4 kids went there with their school on field trips. They have Great memories they shared as soon as they got home from school that day.

Thank Kylene H
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Cute little arrangement of houses and shops. It looks very different when the Big E is not happening. The Storrowton Tavern is very nice.

Thank scarletman1972
Reviewed 6 December 2016

Had a delightful holiday experience at Storrowton this weekend. The small but very interesting museum buildings are all festively decorated for the holidays. The staff volunteers in costume of the time (1700's) and very knowledgeable about the history. Watching the women cook in the fireplace...More

Thank debbbie184
Reviewed 27 October 2016

Like travelling back in time with traditional skills and dress. Quaint, Authentic, and housing a rustic tavern still restaurant with good food. Good for children to learn about early New England life right around the corner form their home.

Thank 674earleh
Reviewed 29 September 2016

Foresight 80 plus years ago brought many historic buildings to a common place to share with the public. I have only been here when the fair is open and this along with the Avenue of States (right across the street) is my favorite parts of...More

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Reviewed 26 September 2016

We forget how easy it is to get things made now a days and how easy life is, but while you are visiting the Storrowton Village Museum, you are reminded and shown how far we have come. Make sure to check out the Blacksmith Shop...More

Thank David D
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