Photographs by Andy Todesco

Copleland House Artifacts

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Admission is free.
Accessability: The Copeland House and museum are not wheelchair or walker accessable. .

The Copeland House is the headquarters of the Mansfield Historical Society.  It is located at 53 Rumford Avenue.  It is where most of our collection can be found.  It was built in 1909 as the home of noted Mansfield historian Jennie Copeland.  Upon her death she willed the house to the historical society and it has served as headquarters ever since.
We welcome visitors.

Click here to learn more about the Copeland House.

The public access to the Copeland House is currently restricted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The Copeland House and Museum

Mansfield Historical Society
53 Rumford Avenues
Mansfield, Massachusetts 02048
mansfieldhs1775@gmail.com
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