The Evergreens reopens on March 1st! Admission to the Museum includes tours of the Homestead and The Evergreens with timed entry. Tickets to visit the Museum are available through May.

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Know Before You Go

Dickinson's bedroom with the bed, desk and white dress

To explore inside Emily Dickinson’s home, visitors are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets in advance. We cannot guarantee ticket availability for “walk-ins”. 

Learn more about open hours and admissions.

Ticket purchase is non-refundable.  You may request adjustment to your ticket time no later than 24 hours in advance of your visit and changes are subject to availability. To request a change of time, call the Tour Center during open hours.

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Museum Tickets Available Daily: Access to the Emily Dickinson Museum is available by guided tour only. One guided admission ticket includes tours of both houses with timed entry. Your visit includes:

“This was a Poet”: 45-minute tour of the Homestead: Experience Dickinson’s home and journey as a poet.

“A Hedge Away”: 25-minute tour of The Evergreens: Visit the home of Austin and Susan Dickinson, next door to the Homestead, to learn more about the poet’s daily life and posthumous publication.