Heritage Museum & Gardens
  • Windmill Garden in Spring
  • Auto Gallery building-web
  • Flume Fountain with people-web
  • Multi Rhodies-web

Heritage Museums & Gardens celebrates American culture and inspires people of all ages to explore, discover and learn together. Located on 100 acres of gardens and nature trails, Heritage holds a significant collection of specialty gardens, water features, and sculpture. Hidden Hollow, an interactive family-friendly area, allows for exploration of the natural world and learning about the environment. Heritage boasts three gallery buildings housing automobiles, American folk art, historical artifacts, a vintage carousel, and special exhibitions.

The 2016 special exhibitions include CUT! Costume and the Cinema (April 16 – October 10), featuring award-winning costumes from Hollywood films; Natural Threads (June 4 – October 10), artistic textile creations designed to fit in with Heritage’s natural terrain and landscape; The Heritage Collection (April 16 – October 10), featuring beloved Heritage-owned artifacts in a new display, including American paintings, rare artifacts and the famed military miniatures; and Driven to Collect (April 16 – October 10), featuring an impressive collection of antique automobiles within a replica of the Shaker Round Barn in Hancock, Massachusetts. Heritage is also home to The Adventure Park at Heritage, featuring interpretive trails and five “aerial” trails with rope walks, moving planks, tunnels, zip lines, and other similar features.

Heritage is open 9 am-5 pm, daily, from April 16-October 10, 2016. Heritage will reopen on weekends from November 25-December 18, 2016 for Gardens Aglow, its annual holiday event.


From Boston: Take the Southeast expressway (Route 93 South) to Route 3 South. Follow over the Sagamore Bridge to Route 6 East. Follow directions below from Route 6 East.

From Hyannis: Follow Route 6 West to exit 2 (Sandwich/Route 130 N). Follow directions below from Route 130 N.

From the West: Follow Route 25 South over the Bourne Bridge. At the bridge rotary, take Route 6/6A toward Sagamore. At the traffic light, turn right onto Route 6 East.

From Providence/New York: Follow 95 North. Take the exit for I-195 East Providence (exit 20). Follow I-195 East to the Cape Cod/The Islands exit (exit 22A). Take the exit onto Route 25 South. Follow same directions from the West.

Follow Route 6 to exit 2 (Sandwich/Route 130 N)
Bear left as you come down the exit ramp and merge with Route 130
Continue on Route 130 for about 1.5 miles
At the triangle intersection, bear left and take an immediate sharp left at the Old Town Hall, onto Grove Street
Follow Grove Street ¼ miles and the entrance to Heritage will be on the left.

Heritage Museum & Gardens

67 Grove Street
Sandwich, MA 02563-2147

Phone: 508.888.3300

Visit HeritageMuseumsandGardens.org

  • Gift Shop
  • Walks/Tours
  • Classes offered
  • Café


April 16 through October 10, 2016
Monday – Sunday: 9:00am – 5:00pm


Members Free
Adults $18
Youth, ages 3-12 $8
Children under 2 Free

Heritage offers a variety of packages for groups of all ages, including school groups and bus tours. If you are interested in booking a group of 10 or more, contact the Visitor Services Manager at groupsales@heritagemuseums.org or 508.888.3300 x.130.

Blue Star Museum

Heritage is proud to take part in the Blue Star Museums program. This partnership between Blue Star Families, the National Endowment of Arts and museums across the country is dedicated to enriching the lives of military families through the arts by offering free admission to cultural institutions from Memorial Day to Labor Day each year. All active duty military are eligible and may bring up to five immediate family members with them to Heritage.


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