Tickets are now available through December!
Please note there are 2 TICKET TYPES:
“This was a Poet” – Available daily – Knowledgeable guides lead you through the Homestead, sharing Dickinson’s journey as a poet.
“Homestead Admission” – Available select weekend dates – Visitors explore historic rooms at their own pace, Museum staff are available to answer questions.
RESERVE YOUR TICKETS
The Emily Dickinson Museum is open to visitors March through December. Begin your visit at the Museum’s Tour Center, located in the Homestead. From there, visit our Museum shop, grounds, and gardens, all of which are open to the public. To visit inside the Homestead, purchase tickets for guided 45-minute tours offered on a set schedule each day the Museum is open. Timed-entry tickets for general admission inside the Homestead are available on summer weekend afternoons, when visitors can explore at their own pace.
Purchasing tickets online ahead of your visit is recommended.
Please note: The Evergreens, home of her brother Austin Dickinson and sister-in-law Susan, is temporarily closed for preservation improvements during the 2023 season.
Ticket prices are the same for each program.
“This Was a Poet”, 45-minute Guided Tour Tickets: Knowledgeable guides lead you through the Homestead, sharing Dickinson’s journey as a poet.
General Timed-Entry Admission (Saturdays, Sundays 1-5PM starting in June, 2023): Visitors explore historic rooms at their own pace, Museum staff are available to answer questions.
|Youth (17 and Under)||Free|
|Five College Students||Free|
Further discounts available by calling the Tour Center:
|Blue Star families||Free|
|Amherst College Faculty & Staff||Free|
|Museum Professionals (AAM, NEMA)||Free|
Fall and Winter hours: September – December
Wednesday – Sunday
10am – 5pm ET