PLAN YOUR VISIT

HOURS

Thursday – Sunday, 10:00am – 4:00pm

The Museum is closed on the following holidays: Easter, July 4, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Eve through New Year’s Day.

ADMISSION

  • Adults: (18+) $12
  • Seniors: (65+) $10
  • Students: (with ID) $5
  • Children: (13-17) $5
  • Children under 13: FREE

The Museum is ADA compliant.

Card to Culture Program: Massachusetts EBT, WIC, and ConnectorCare cardholders receive up to four (4) $2.00 general admission tickets. This discount program is offered in collaboration with the Mass Cultural Council, the Department of Transitional Assistance, Massachusetts Health Connector, and the Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program.

Museum Admission is free to:

  • New England Museum Association (NEMA) members
  • American Alliance of Museums (AAM) members
  • North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM) members
  • Employees and docents of other museums (with Museum ID or business card)
  • K-12 teachers with school ID or Massachusetts Teachers’ Association membership card
  • All active duty military and their families (with ID)
  • Military veterans (with ID)

GROUP TOURS

For information on group tours click here.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Photography for personal use is allowed in the galleries. Please help us preserve our collections: do not use a flash or tripod. For information on commercial photography, please contact us at info(at)museumofrussianicons.org. Click here for our full photography policy.

DIRECTIONS & PARKING

ADDRESS

203 Union Street, Clinton, MA 01510

DIRECTIONS

From Boston and Points East
Take the Mass Pike (Interstate 90) westbound to exit 106 North (Route 495). From 495, take exit 67 toward Route 62 West. Follow Route 62 into the center of Clinton (about 6 miles). At the “Welcome to Clinton” sign, bear left onto Mechanic Street, then a sharp right at the stop sign onto Union Street. The Museum is the brick building immediately on your right across from the park.

From Lowell and Points North
Take Route 495 South to exit 70 (Route 117). Follow Route 117 West towards Bolton for about 4 miles. Take a left at the traffic light onto Route 110 West/Still River Road and follow for 1.5 miles to the yellow blinking light. Continue straight through the light onto High Street/Route 110 for 3.5 miles. High Street ends at Union Street. Turn left onto Union, staying left at the split in the road. The Museum is the brick building on the right across from the park.

From Springfield and Points West
Take the Mass Pike (Interstate 90) eastbound to exit 90 toward Marlborough/New Hampshire/Maine to Route 290 East. Follow 290 East to exit 26B and merge onto Route 140 North. Follow for about 2 miles then turn right onto Route 70 North. Follow Route 70 about 7 miles into Clinton. At the “Welcome to Clinton” sign, bear left onto Mechanic Street, then a sharp right at the stop sign onto Union Street. The Museum is the brick building immediately on your right across from the park.

From Route 2
Heading east or west on Route 2, take exit 103 for Lunenburg/Lancaster/Route 70. Follow 70 South for 3.6 miles, then turn left at the stop sign to briefly merge onto Route 117 before taking a right back onto Route 70. Continue on Route 70 (now Main Street) towards Lancaster/Clinton for about 4 miles then turn left onto Union Street. In two blocks, stay left at the split in the road; the Museum is the brick building on your right across from the park.

PARKING

While the Museum does not have its own parking, several nearby parking options are available. Street parking is free on the perimeter of Central Park on Union, Church, and Walnut Streets. A free public parking lot is also located on Walnut Street between the First Congregational Church and Baptist Church. Visitors can also park at the Clinton Presbyterian Church at 175 Chestnut Street.

LOCAL AMENITIES

Clinton is a walking town with many restaurants and shops located only a short distance from the Museum. Enjoy a stroll through Central Park, one of the oldest public parks in the United States, with its meticulously maintained lawns and beautiful fountain. For more information on visiting the area, see the Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Click below for a list of local restaurants and accommodations.

Local Amenities