Historic House Tours
From now until Friday, January 30, 2015, take our new tablet tour instead of a guided tour and your admission is free!
Noah Webster's ca. 1750 house is available to visitors by guided tour on a walk-in basis during the museum's visitor hours: Thursday thru Monday from 1-4 p.m. Tours are led by historical interpreters and last approximately 45 to 60 minutes. Noah Webster's house consists of four period-furnished rooms in two floors.
We do our best to accommodate everyone. The second story of the historic house is not handicapped accessible.
Please ask the host for information on the following accommodations:
- A video tour of the second floor
- Seating during the house tour
- A written description for those who are hard of hearing
- Hands-on opportunities for those with low vision or blindness
When visiting the Noah Webster House, guests have two tour options. You may take a guided tour with one of our experienced guides, or try our new self-guided tablet tour. Museum hours are Thursday through Monday from 1-4 p.m.
Guide-led tours last approximately 45 to 60 minutes and include several hands-on opportunities.
The second story of the historic house is not handicapped accessible, but the tablet tour offers guests the chance to see these two rooms at their own pace. We also have a video of the second floor tour.
In addition, the tablet tour offers closed captioning for the deaf and hard of hearing, as well as a Spanish translation.
Guide led- tours allow hands-on opportunities for those with low vision or blindness