Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association
The Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association is a vibrant regional organization, maintaining Memorial Hall Museum, a Research Library, Deerfield Teachers’ Center, Indian House Children’s Museum, and Community Outreach projects.
PVMA’s extensive collection can be viewed at http://americancenturies.mass.edu/
and visit http://1704.deerfield.history.museum/ to explore the many stories of 1704.
PVMA’s Old Deerfield Craft Fairs, “New England’s Most Beautiful Craft Fairs,” were established in 1976 to promote Old Deerfield’s Arts and Crafts tradition started in 1898 while raising much-needed funds for PVMA’s programs.
The Old Deerfield Craft Fairs are in March, September, and November. Call PVMA Administrative Office
413-774-7476 ext 100 for details.
PVMA hosts a Summer Concert Series every Sunday in July and August at 3 pm in their Memorial Hall Museum Music Room. Call PVMA Administrative Office. 413-774-7476 ext 100 for details.
The Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association welcomes school-age children and teenagers to Deerfield with a number of adaptable age-appropriate, hands-on activities, available throughout the school year as well as during the summer.
Memorial Hall Museum is one of America’s oldest history museums. Its many educational programs reach out to more than 11,000 students annually.
To support the teaching of American History, PVMA’s Deerfield Teachers’ Center offers a rich and varied professional development program for K-12 teachers (www.edge-empire.deerfield-ma.org); Traveling History Kits for loan; field trips; and in-school History Labs.
Memorial Hall Museum and Indian House Children’s Museum
Open May through October
Museum main desk: 413-774-3768 ext 800
PVMA Administrative Office
413-774-7476 ext 100
Visit PVMA’s Facebook Page
Our museum is open weekends only in May, in June through October the museum is open Tuesday through Sunday, (closed Mondays). Museum hours are 11 am – 4:30 pm. Admission is $6 for adults and $3 for youth/students ages 6-12.