The Sargent House Museum
Welcome to The Sargent House Museum. For over 100 years, the Sargent House Museum was the home of sea merchants, patriots and community leaders. A fine example of high-style Georgian domestic architecture, the house was built in 1782 for Judith Sargent (Stevens) Murray, (1751-1820), a philosopher, writer and an early advocate of women's equality.
Visitors to the Sargent House Museum learn about the early history of Gloucester from its beginnings as a farming and lumbering outpost to its evolution into the country's premier seaport. Visitors will also see a collection of original works by the great portrait painter John Singer Sargent (1856-1925), descendant of the Sargent family, who loved the house and its ties to Post-Revolutionary Gloucester.
JobsAssistant Site Administrator/Tour GuideCategory: Non-Profit and Social ServicesSeasonal Assistant Site Administrator/Tour Guide Description: The Sargent House Museum is seeking a seasonal Assistant Site Administrator/Tour Guide. The Assistant Site Administrator opens and closes the museum, welcomes visitors, leads 45-minute tours through the two-story home, provides information about the organization in person or on the phone, and handles admission and gift ...read more
ContactJoy HennesseyPhone:(978) 281-2432Guest Services AssociateCategory: Non-Profit and Social ServicesThe Sargent House Museum is seeking Guest Services Associates. Guest Services Associates welcome visitors, briefly inform them about the Sargent House Museum’s collection and mission, provide information about the organization in person or on the phone, keep the gift shop neat and tidy, and handle admission and gift shop sales. Hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 11:45 am ...read more
ContactJoy HennesseyPhone:(978) 281-2432
Whom to Contact
- Shannon CardinalSite Administrator
- Joy HenneseyVice President