The Museum Shop

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The Museum Shop offers a wide variety of merchandise inspired by art in the permanent collection and in museums worldwide. Find beautiful items to remember your visit or give as gifts. Browse the shelves where scores of just-right items will catch your eye. From note cards, framed and matted prints, silk scarves and ties, umbrellas, decorative boxes to an irresistible collection of tree ornaments, picture frames, glassware, pottery, purses, clocks, and art inspired jewelry and watches to complement any outfit. Our children's selection of gifts encourages learning, laughter and play. Baby toys, children's books, art-making kits, puzzles and games will please any child.

Museum Shop Special Holiday Hours

The Museum shop will be open every day December 1 – 24, 10am-4pm, and Thursday, December 17, 10am – 8pm.

For the safety and comfort of guests, capacity in the Shop is limited.* Reserve a timed ticket to visit the Museum Shop.

* Please note, due to COVID restrictions there will be no gift wrapping.

Order by Email or Phone

A limited number of items, related to our exhibition Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere, are currently available for curbside pick-up or postal delivery (see below). Please email shopsales@worcesterart.org or call 508-793-4355 to place an order and arrange for pick-up or delivery. Postage and handling costs will vary depending on weight and destination.

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“Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere” Mug
A dark blue Paul Revere themed mug
  • Equestrian statue of Paul Revere
  • Shipping Weight: 15 oz
$20.00
“The Boston Massacre” Matchbox Carving
A miniature carving of the Boston Massacre in a matchbox
  • This finely crafted wood keepsake is suitable for mantle, desk or bookcase, and brings history to life.
  • Product dimensions: 2” x 1.25” x 5” inches
$12.00
“The Bloody Massacre” Print
A print of the King Street “Bloody Massacre” in Boston
  • Hand coloring attributed to Christian Remick (1726-1773). Printed by Edes & Gill
  • The Bloody Massacre perpetrated in King-Street Boston on March 5th 1770 by a party of the 29th Reg[imen]t, 1770
  • Product dimensions: 11 x 14 inches
$14.00
“The Bloody Massacre” Postcard
A postcard of the King Street “Bloody Massacre” in Boston
  • Hand coloring attributed to Christian Remick (1726-1773). Printed by Edes & Gill
  • The Bloody Massacre perpetrated in King-Street Boston on March 5th 1770 by a party of the 29th Reg[imen]t, 1770
  • Product dimensions: 3.5 x 5 inches
$1.15
Paul Revere Postcard
A postcard of “Paul Revere”, a portrait by John Singelton Copley
  • John Singleton Copley, Paul Revere (oil on canvas) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
  • Product dimensions: 3.5 x 5 inches
$1.15
“Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere” Magnet
A dark blue Paul Revere themed magnet
  • Equestrian statue of Paul Revere
$9.00

Books

“Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere” Exhibition Catalog
The cover of “Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere” exhibition catalog
  • This full color, illustrated catalog features 5 essays exploring different aspects of Revere’s work and career. Paperback. 101 pages.
  • Product dimensions: 8.5 x 10 inches
$32.00
“American Silver: From the Colonial Period through the Early Republic in the Worcester Art Museum”
The cover of “American Silver: From the Colonial Period through the Early Republic in the Worcester Art Museum”
  • More than 130 pieces are described and illustrated, arranged chronologically by the location in which each was created. 95 pp.
  • Product dimensions: 8 x 11 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 oz
Hardcover - $24.95
Paperback - $14.95
“Boston Tea Party” by Pamela Duncan Edwards, illustrated by Henry Cole
The cover of “Boston Tea Party” by Pamela Duncan Edwards
  • What would lead someone to go out in the middle of the night and throw shiploads of tea into a harbor? The Boston Tea Party is a familiar tale, but the story leading up to it goes beyond the drama of that one night. Pamela Duncan Edwards' unique take on this event gets to the root of the story as this prelude to the Revolutionary War unfolds. Enhanced by English and colonial mice characters, Henry Cole's rich and mood-evoking illustrations bring the story to life. Paperback, 32 pp. Ages 5-8.
  • Product dimensions: 8.5 x 11 x 0.1 inches
  • Shipping weight: 4.8 oz
$8.99
“Paul Revere's Ride: The Landlord’s Tale” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, illustrated by Charles Santore
The cover of “Paul Revere's Ride: The Landlord’s Tale” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • Brilliant illustrations of the first battle cry for American independence spring from the pages of Paul Revere’s Ride. Hardcover, 36 pp. Ages 8-12.
  • Product dimensions: 11.1 x 10.7 x 0.5 inches
$18.95
“And then what happened, Paul Revere?” by Jean Fritz
The cover of “And then what happened, Paul Revere?” by Jean Fritz
  • A noted children's author takes a creative look at Revere's ride. Many illustrations make this a fun and educational book for children. Paperback, 48 pp. Ages 6-10.
  • Product dimensions: 7 x 9 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping weight: 4.8 oz
$6.99

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Order prints from the collection through RequestAPrint

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In cooperation with the Worcester Art Museum, Rudinec & Associates is pleased to offer RequestAPrint, an on demand service where reproductions from the Museum's Permanent Collection can be ordered.

Prints are available standard or with a protective laminate and may be matted and framed.

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Exhibition Catalogs

To purchase Worcester Art Museum Exhibition Catalogues please call The Museum Shop at 508.793.4355.

  • American Folk Art, Lovingly Collected
  • American Impressionism
  • Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere
  • Coming Away, Winslow Homer & England
  • European Paintings: Worcester Art Museum
  • Frederick Coulson, Blueprints of a Golden Age
  • Grant Wood, An American Master Revealed
  • Jill Slosburg-Ackerman, In Rome: The Pine Grove. And. Natura naturans; natura natureta
  • John Frederick Kenset, An American Master
  • Keeping Shadows
  • Louise Bourgeois, The Woven Child (in context)
  • Mi Puerto Rico, Master Painters of the Island 1780-1953
  • My Birth
  • Nancy Spero: Cri du Coeur
  • ‘Oom Jan, tan te Annie’/Lily van der Stokker
  • Orientations, the magazine for collectors and connoisseurs of Asian art
  • Otto Dix – The Evil Eye
  • Photo Revolution: Andy Warhol to Cindy Sherman
  • Questions Without Answers
  • Quilts
  • Rediscovering an American Community of Color, the photographs of William Bullard, 1897 – 1917
  • Rest in my Sahde, a poem about roots
  • Shih Chieh Huang, Reusable Universe
  • Terrific Tokyo
  • The Strange Life of Objects, The Art of Annette Lemieux
  • The Women of the Pleasure Quarter
  • The Worcester Art Museum’s Last Judgement Tapestry
  • Time and Quiet
  • Tony King, Closer to Home
  • Visions of City and Country
  • Worcester Art Museum handbook