The Marblehead Museum (formerly the Marblehead Historical Society) has as its mission to preserve, protect, and promote Marblehead’s past as a means of enriching the present.
Year round activities and operations preserve Marblehead history according to museum standards. The Jeremiah Lee Mansion, the J.O.J. Frost Gallery and Carolyn Lynch Education Center, exhibit galleries/archives, and the Civil War Museum & G.A.R. room are all part of the Marblehead Museum’s exceptional collection of places, artifacts, documents, and photographs that span centuries of Marblehead history.
The Marblehead Museum is an independent 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization supported solely by membership dues and contributions.
The Marblehead Museum’s Properties are located in Marblehead’s historic district. More than 200 privately owned colonial period homes and buildings preserve the unique qualities of this New England fishing port and harbor.