About The Museum

Visiting the Museum

The Clara Barton Birthplace Museum is open seasonally and by appointment. Guests enjoy a rich learning experience touring Clara's childhood home. Special tours are availabe for school groups. The museum is also an attractive setting for your organization's next meeting or social event. Please contact us to inquire about availability.

Street Address:
Clara Barton Birthplace Museum
66 Clara Barton Road
North Oxford, MA 01537-0356

Telephone:
508-987-2056, Ext. 2013
Fax: 508-987-2002 fax
Email:
clarabartonbirthplace@bartoncenter.org

Admission: 
Adults--$6
Children (6-12)--$3
Children 5 & under--Free
AAA members & seniors--$5

Mailing Address:
Clara Barton Birthplace Museum
P.O. Box 356
North Oxford, MA 01537-0356

Hours:
Closed July 4th
From May 31st to August 30th, the museum is open Friday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

In September, the museum is open Saturdays only from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tours are also available by appointment.

October to May, weekdays--by appointment only.

 

 

Directions:


The Clara Barton Birthplace Museum is in North Oxford, Massachusetts, approximately 7 miles southwest of Worcester and 55 miles west of Boston.

From the Massachusetts Turnpike/I-90:
Take exit 10, follow signs for Route 12 South. Turn right onto Clara Barton Road & proceed up the hill. Turn right onto Ennis Road. Park on left opposite the museum's garden entrance.

From Worcester:
Take Route I-290 West. Take exit at #5W - Route 12 South. Turn right onto Clara Barton Road. Turn right onto Ennis Road. Park on left, opposite museum entrance.

From Route 20:
Take Route 20 to Route 12 South. Turn right onto Clara Barton Road. Turn right onto Ennis Road. Park on left, opposite museum entrance.

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"I live the old days all over again, every hour is as plain in my mental view as the best drawn picture before my eyes. The spot dearest to me there, the most like home, is the old house where my youth was passed...I was born on Christmas Day,...it was a rather newly built house where I commenced my earthly pilgrimage."  Clara Barton