‪Fruitlands Museum‬

تعليقات حول - ‪Fruitlands Museum‬, ‪Harvard‬

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السبت
12:00 م - 05:00 م
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12:00 م - 05:00 م
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ساعتان - 3 ساعات
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4.5
121 تعليق
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جيد جدًا
‪33‬
متوسط
‪10‬
سيئ
‪2‬
سيئ جدًا
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bcnett
‪Stoneham‬, ماساتشوستس469 مساهمة
يونيو 2022
‪It's a beautiful spot, but there is very little here to see or to do. The thing that made it a positive experience for us was the tour where we visited two houses. The tour is NOT included in the $12.00 admission fee. We had to pay $7.50 each for it. We had an excellent tour guide who told us about transcendentalism, Louisa May Alcott's family's stay here, and the filming of the 2018 version of 'Little Women that was done here.

There is a steep hill to see the houses and no transportation is provided.‬
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wordnerd66
Boston, MA14 مساهمة
أبريل 2022
‪I visited Fruitlands with family in April 2022, and also went to deCordova museum in Lincoln during the same week. I didn't know this ahead of time but they happened to be the two venues for the New England Triennial 2022, which featured many artists from the area. This is a lovely pastoral setting for a museum. There are some outdoor sculptures and also a few exhibition rooms. Very low key and enjoyable, and a great option for a family outing. There are a few hikes and walks right on the grounds - which are easy and totally doable with young kids or elderly parents.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 3 مايو 2022
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AmyAJ
4 مساهمات
سبتمبر 2021
‪I was inspired to write this review because I noticed that the Trustees of Reservations (property owner) lists Fruitlands as one of its guests' favorite places for a picnic. I visited the grounds on Labor Day weekend 2021 for an outdoor play, and my thoughts re: picnicing are: yes, if you want to eat at the nice on-site cafe which has good food, cute tables, a patio and a gorgeous view, but no, if you were thinking of sitting on the ground, with or without a blanket. I say this because after seeing the play for which my friend and I brought a blanket, but had to walk between different spots for different scenes, I came away with a nasty case of poison ivy. The same thing happened to me at World's End, another beautiful Trustees property in SE MA, two years ago. The views at both properties are beautiful but BE CAREFUL of where/how you sit on the ground!‬
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Rooindie
‪Farmington‬, كونيكتيكت918 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2021
‪We did a tour, and without that, we agree we'd only give this a 2. The art and Native American Galleries were small and not especially interesting. What makes this place interesting is the "experiment in living" that happened here, and there isn't much information about it without doing the tour. The tour involves uphill walking and no shade. We also tried to see the nearby Shaker sites - don't bother. We probably spent about 90 minutes at the site.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 3 أكتوبر 2021
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dmcnslt
آشفيل, ‪North Carolina‬103 مساهمات
يوليو 2021
‪Only two of the four museums were open when we visited. These two contained few items and these were pretty uninspired. Even the hiking trail we took was nothing special. On the plus side there are lovely views from the parking lot, staff are exceptionally nice and knowledgeable, and the gift shop and restaurant for lunch are both quite good. I would not go much out of your way to visit.‬
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wickystick99
‪Hadley‬, ماساتشوستس16 مساهمة
يونيو 2021
‪First off, let me preface this by saying that my trip to Fruitlands was in June 2021, so some covid restrictions were still in place and operations were impacted. At present, just the art gallery and the Native American Gallery are open--the Shaker Gallery and (main attraction for me) Fruitlands Farmhouse remain closed. I thoroughly explored the open spaces, but had trouble occupying myself for much more than an hour, as it was, and left not knowing much about the Alcotts' connection to the land or the history of the museum.

I didn't pre-book a tour, but a staff member told me that she could get me on the 11:30 tour and to check back. I ran by the gift shop about twenty minutes prior, but was informed that two others wanted to join and they left to get lunch, so they'd pushed back to noon. It seems like unless you book in advance, online (cost of $5 on top of admission), tours are ad hoc? I wound up skipping out, since I didn't want to sit around for 45 minutes with nothing else left to see or explore in the meantime.

In hindsight, it would be best to save a visit for when the museum has fully re-opened. Not really enough to see and do at present to warrant a three hour rt drive. If you go, book any and all optional tours.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 18 يونيو 2021
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Phyllis B
Woodstock, Connecticut, United States98 مساهمة
فبراير 2020
‪It was one of those days that we headed out to explore! We had heard of Fruitlands Museum, but knew nothing about it. It was a wonderful experience full of interesting information. The staff were excellent and so happy to answer all of our questions! Our only negative was that we didn't realize that some buildings were closed because of the cold weather in New England. This makes sense now, but we wish it was made more obvious on their website. We will definitely return to see the additional buildings, but also to take advantage of the hiking trails.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 5 فبراير 2020
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greencourt
Brighton38 مساهمة
أكتوبر 2019
‪We waited twenty minutes to be seated and another forty minutes to get served, after which our afternoon visit to this excellent museum (in scenic surroundings) was sadly curtailed. There was also an error on our bill. Visit Fruitlands by all means, but bring your own lunch!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 6 نوفمبر 2019
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Ray Shaheen
روتشستر, نيويورك19 مساهمة
زوجان • أكتوبر 2019
‪This rather obscure site established by Endicott Sears, an eccentric , wealthy woman from the turn-of-the-Century era, who collected buildings and objects from Native Americans, Shakers, and Hudson River School artists. It’s located on a beautiful hillside, overlooking Wachuset Mountain.
The interpreters at each museum were very welcoming and friendly.
Transportation is available, due to the site terrain. A network of walking trails allows for exploration of entire grounds.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 4 أكتوبر 2019
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mpd
بوسطن, ماساتشوستس1,042 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2019
‪In the hills overlooking the valley, many buildings holding Shaker, Mrs. Sears art and her varied collections. Very well maintained, great gift shop, and knowledgeable staff. Plenty of parking.‬
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