Jackson Homestead and Museum
527 Washington Street
Newton, MA 02458
About the Museum
The Jackson Homestead and Museum displays rotating and permanent exhibits about the history of Newton, Massachusetts, and the Underground Railroad. The Homestead is also home to the archives of Historic Newton.
Here you’ll find. . . .
- A federal-style house built in 1809 for Timothy Jackson and his family
- A stop on the Underground Railroad
- A participatory museum with exhibits for children and adults
- Exhibitions about the history of food, farming, and family life; slavery and anti-slavery; and notable people and events in Newton
On Exhibit at the Jackson Homestead and Museum
History of the Jackson Homestead
Rent the Jackson Homestead and Museum
- Wednesday-Friday: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and major holidays
| Combined Admission*
|Visitors 13 and over
|EBT Cardholder (up to 4 tickets)
Historic Newton members
Children 5 and under
*Combined admission to the Jackson Homestead and Museum AND the Durant-Kenrick House and Grounds. Combined tickets are valid for a year from date of purchase, for one visit to each site.
By Public Transportation:
- Bus routes 57, 504, 553, 554, 556, and 558 all stop within walking distance of the museum.
- The Framingham/Worcester Commuter Rail Line's Newtonville stop is also within walking distance.
- For more information, please visit the MBTA web site.
The Jackson Homestead and Museum is located at 527 Washington Street, Newton, MA 02458. Take Exit 17 from the Mass. Pike.
Cars and bikes may be parked in the lot adjacent to the building. Additional street parking is available on Washington Street (time-limited, note signage) and on Jackson Road.