Susan B Anthony Birthplace Museum

Susan B. Anthony -- Adams' Famous Daughter

Although Susan B. Anthony lived in Adams for only the first six years of her life, she was greatly influenced by the beliefs and aspirations of her hometown Quaker community. Her great-grandfather was a pioneer settler here and one of the founding members of the East Hoosac Meeting. Anthony devoted the greater part of her life seeking justice as an abolitionist against slavery and as a suffragette for the rights of woman to vote. Her inner light guided her through the darkness of this world.

Spring/Summer (Memorial Day-Columbus Day): 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, Thursday-Saturday and Monday

Fall/Winter (Columbus Day-Memorial Day): 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 10:00 am -4:00 pm

Call to arrange private tours: 413-743-7121

The gift shop at the Birthplace Museum features many Suffrage-themed souvenirs and gift items made by local female artisans of the berkshires. These unique gifts include handmade jewelry, pocket books, potholders, and much more, perfect for this holiday season. They also sell a large variety of books for children and adults about the suffrage movement, famous reformers, and local history.

It is a "must See" when visiting the Northern Berkshires.

Admission: $10.00 Adult / $8.00 Seniors $6.00 Student / Free children six and under.