Coggeshall Farm Museum is CLOSED for the season.
UPDATE: November 22, 2020
We have recently announced the final weekend of programming at Coggeshall Farm Museum for this calendar year. Although we were hoping to run a Christmas program in December, the escalation of COVID-19 has changed those plans. For the safety and well-being of our staff and visitors, we brought the season to a close.
Although none of us could have predicted a pandemic, the partnership with Coggeshall Farm Museum and Old Sturbridge Village had a successful first chapter in 2020. We hired a great staff that was able to orchestrate a successful reopening in July. We were able to bring costumed interpretation to the daily experience along with the return of animals, thanks to our partnership with Gnarly Vines Farm. We held two unique and successful special events, including the sold-out Phantoms & Fire theatrical event for Halloween. Construction of the new barn proceeded, along with grant-funded improvements to the Historic Farmhouse. Interpretive signage was installed and fencing for the pasture is underway. Support from the Friends of Rogers Free Library, the Bristol Garden Club, Town of Bristol and others helped make this challenging year fruitful. The development team increased fund raising and secured several new gifts and grants throughout the year, which will continue to grow our program and capabilities.
We look forward to bringing Coggeshall Farm Museum back to life with exciting new programs in early spring. In the meantime, we hope you will stay engaged through our Facebook, Instagram, website and e-news. We are grateful to all of you for helping keep Coggeshall Farm Museum such a special place. Stay safe, be well and Happy Holidays from all of us to you!
President and CEO
Set on 48 acres of coastal farmland in Bristol, Rhode Island, Coggeshall Farm Museum recreates the daily experience of tenant farmers on a late 18th-century salt marsh farm through live interpretation, historic structures, heirloom plants, and heritage-breed animals.
Youth (4-17): $5
Children 3 and under: Free
Discounts on Standard Daytime Admission
Coggeshall Farm Museum is proud to be a Blue Star Museum, and our participation is made possible by the generous donors of the Field of Flags campaign.
- Active duty military and veterans, and their families (up to 6 people) receive complimentary standard daytime admission, with an additional 25% off for others in the party.
New England Teachers
Buy one adult, get one free OR purchase one adult ticket at 1/2 price with a valid teacher ID.
EBT and WIC cards
EBT or WIC cards from any state in the United States can be used to get $3 adult and youth standard daytime admission to Coggeshall Farm Museum for up to four people per EBT or WIC card – cannot be combined with other discounts/promotions or used for special daytime events or evening programs.
Get a fascinating insider’s view of Coggeshall Farm Museum by becoming a member—an excellent way to get the most out of your experience! Whether you join on the individual, dual or family level, whether you visit just a few times a year or every few weeks, museum membership provides incredible value, exclusive access to exciting members-only programming, and a deeper connection to Coggeshall itself.
Membership support helps Coggeshall Farm Museum care for our buildings, heritage breed animals, and heirloom gardens, and provides expert costumed interpreters and outstanding educational programs for both the general public and students alike.
Members of Coggeshall Farm Museum receive many benefits including unlimited standard daytime admission to Coggeshall AND Old Sturbridge Village.
Learn more about membership here.
Find us off of Rt. 114 to Poppasquash Road, in Bristol, Rhode Island. From 195E, take RI Exit 2B (Rt 114S), from Rt. 24, take RI Exit 2 (Rt. 114N). For GPS use “Coggeshall Farm Museum.” Note: using 1 Colt Drive may direct you to the wrong location in Colt State Park.Parking for Coggeshall Farm Museum visitors is available in one of our fields, marked by signage. Our parking lot is only accessible from the Poppasquash Road entrance.
From Providence: Take Interstate 195 East to exit 2B for Route 114 South. Continue on 114 through Barrington and Warren and into Bristol. Continue past the entrance to Colt State Park and turn right onto Poppasquash Road, just before you head into the center of historic downtown Bristol (if you see the waterfront on the right, you’ve gone too far). Continue on Poppasquash Road 1.5 miles to the museum entrance on the right.
From Newport: Take route 138A North to Route 114 North. Follow signs for Roger Williams University and Bristol. After crossing the Mount Hope Bridge, stay to the right and follow Metacom Avenue for about 2.5 miles. Turn left onto Chestnut Street and continue for 1 mile. Turn left onto Hope Street and continue for half a mile. Turn right onto Poppasquash Road and continue 1.5 miles to the museum entrance on the right.
From Boston: Take Interstate 93 South to Route 24 South. On Route 24 in Rhode Island, take Exit 2 for Portsmouth/Bristol. Follow signs for Roger Williams University and Bristol. After crossing the Mount Hope Bridge, stay to the right and follow Metacom Avenue for about 2.5 miles. Turn left onto Chestnut Street and continue for 1 mile. Turn left onto Hope Street and continue for half a mile. Turn right onto Poppasquash Road and continue 1.5 miles to the museum entrance on the right.