Programs & Exhibits
Exhibit hours: Monday – Friday 10 am to 3 pm, first and third Sundays of each month 12-3 pm.
Free to the public.
“Play Ball: the Story of Sports in Peabody”
Have you heard the name Seeglitz? Ever wondered how Buckley field got it’s name? Just love all things sports? The Peabody Historical Society presents “Play Ball: The Story of Sports in Peabody.” This exhibit will explore universal themes of community and self-development, as well as taking a look at the many sports items the Historical Society has in our collections. From vintage wool uniforms, to “leatherhead” helmets, we have it all on display. Don’t miss a chance to learn more about the extraordinary players, teams, and coaches that have made their mark on Peabody Sports! And the best part? It’s FREE.
Lectures & Workshops
Programs at Felton-Smith Historic Site, Felton Street, Peabody, MA
Members free | Non-members $5.00
Handicap accessible. Information 978.531.0805
TO BE RESCHEDULED: Lecture: Danvers at Menotomy: April 19, 1775
Unfortunately, we have to cancel this event. New date will be announced soon!
Presented by Historian Don Perry
Where: Felton-Smith Historic Site, Smith Barn, 38 Felton Street, Peabody, MA
Local historian and current board member of the Peabody Historical Society Don Perry will present lesser known facts about the response of our local militia, alarm and minuteman companies (Danvers/Peabody) to the urgent call from the Lexington/Concord Companies of an impending attack.
Special events are separate from our lecture series, and may have different admission fees.
RESCHEDULED: Annual Membership Meeting
When: Rescheduled to September 2020
CANCELLED: Annual Tea with Mrs. Felton
Unfortunately, due to public health concerns, this event is cancelled.
Tours & Walks
- No tours and walks currently scheduled