Discover the  Rich History of Public Health

 


The Public Health Museum is a non-profit educational and cultural museum. The Museum strives to preserve records and artifacts from our nation’s public health history; educate the public about the achievements and contributions of public health, and inspire people to build upon the past and continue to advance the future of public health. Our Museum provides a space to explore public health, inspire future public health professionals, and foster community involvement.

GPS (Physical) Address:
297-321 East St
Tewksbury, MA 01876

 

Mailing address:
365 East Street
Tewksbury, MA 01876

 

From Route 93:
Take the Dascomb Road exit west toward Tewksbury.  Dascomb road turns into East Street.  Just past the intersection of Livingston Street and East street, you will see the hospital grounds.  Take the first driveway on your left, past the large no smoking sign.  Park in the first parking lot you see as you enter.  The Museum is housed in the Old Administration Building, with the tall green spire, which is just behind the Chapel.

From Route 495:
Take Exit 38 south to Tewksbury.  On Route 38 South, follow signs to the hospital and museum just beyond the police station at the Town Green.  Turn left at the set of lights in the town center onto East Street.  Approximately one mile down East Street you will see the Old Administration Building on your right.  Pass this building and take your next right on to the hospital grounds.  Park in the first parking lot you see as you enter.  The Museum is housed in the Old Administration Building, with the tall green spire, which is just behind the Chapel.

 

 


For More Information about Visiting the Museum, please click the links below:

Visiting the Public Health Museum

Guided Tour of Tewksbury Hospital’s Grounds