Know Before You Go
To explore inside Emily Dickinson’s home, visitors are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance. We cannot guarantee ticket availability for “walk-ins”.
Visitors have two options for touring Emily Dickinson’s home: a guided tour (available daily) or general admission (available select weekend afternoons).
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.
At a minimum, the Emily Dickinson Museum follows all state and local guidelines related to COVID-19 including face coverings, occupancy, and sanitation guidelines. Currently, masks are encouraged but not required. Learn more about our code of conduct.
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