Middle Street Walk – Sargent House Museum

The Sargent House Museum

49 Middle Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Visit the Sargent House Museum

during Gloucester’s Annual Middle Street Walk
Saturday, December 10, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. 

Middle Street Walk is a citywide street fair celebration with shops and non-profit organizations kicking off the lively holiday season in Gloucester.

Stroll Gloucester’s historic Middle Street and stop at the Sargent House Museum. Enjoy complimentary hot mulled cider and holiday treats in our courtyard while choosing from a large selection of unique hand-crafted holiday wreaths.

Your purchase of a wreath will help support the Sargent House Museum’s exciting programs in the upcoming Gloucester 400th anniversary year.

When you stop by, take a peek–free of charge–at the first floor of our 18th century mansion to learn about original resident Judith Sargent Murray in an introductory guided tour. 

And just down the street, an added treat!

Enjoy a Special FREE Performance:
A dramatized reading of a one-act play, “Mingling of Souls,”
an 18th century love story featuring early women’s rights advocate Judith Sargent and founder of American Universalism John Murray.
At the Unitarian Universalist Church, 10 Middle Street,
from 2:30 to 3:15 p.m. 

The Sargent House Museum is the beautifully preserved 18th century home of Judith Sargent Murray, an early advocate of women’s rights. Judith Sargent Murray is an ancestor of American artists John Singer Sargent and Emily Sargent. Information at sargenthouse.org
The Sargent House Museum is the recipient of several early 20th century works by Emily Sargent never before exhibited. Watch for a special exhibition of her watercolors next summer as part of Gloucester’s 400th anniversary. 
Our mailing address is:
The Sargent House Museum, 49 Middle Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

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