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Museum Admission:

  • Adults: $12
  • Seniors/Students/AAA members: $10
  • Children, ages 7-12: $5
  • Children Under 6: Free

Linden Place members are always admitted to the museum free of charge!

Tour Info

Self-guided audio tours of the mansion are now being offered Tuesdays -Fridays, 10am-4pm and Saturdays, 11am-4pm. 

Guided tours (1 hour) are offered at the following times:

Wednesdays, 12pm

Thursdays, 11am, 1pm

Fridays, 11am, 12pm

Guided tours require reservations. To reserve, please Click Here or call 401-253-0390.

Linden Place is a museum with a potent place in American history. Built in 1810 by a DeWolf slave trader, occupants and guests of the house have included Presidents, enslaved Africans, famous writers, servants, freed slaves, business magnates, Hollywood actors, abolitionists, and philanthropists. The Federal museum’s collection includes paintings, sculptures, furniture, and rare items, such as a horse-drawn coach from the 1820’s.The house is considered one of the best examples of Federal-style architecture in the country and sits on 1.8 acres of land that are part of the Wampanoag/Pokanoket ancestral homelands. 

Self-guided tours of this nationally significant estate bring visitors through the entire first and second floor, tracing the 200 year-old mansion's complex and fascinating story. Guests are also welcome to visit the gardens, which are graced by sculpture, 18th and 19th century outbuildings and gorgeous blooms throughout spring, summer and fall.

*Please note: hours do vary on weekends according to special events being held at Linden Place. Please call ahead to confirm that tours are being conducted.*