If you love antiques, Cogswell’s Grant should be on your itinerary. This 18th century farmhouse overlooking the Essex River was the summer home of collectors Bertram and Nina Fletcher Little, and is now a museum which houses their celebrated collection of American folk art.
For the time being, only the grounds of Cogswell’s Grant are open to the public. Please visit in a group no larger than ten, wear a face covering, and maintain at least six feet of distance from others. Dogs must be leashed at all times and waste removed from the property. There is no charge to explore the landscape, but we hope you will consider making a donation or becoming a member.