Hancock Shaker Village began in the late 1780s, functioning as a Shaker community for nearly two centuries. Since 1960, it has been painstakingly preserved as a museum for future generations to enjoy. The property today is comprised of 20 buildings, a working farm and significant collections of Shaker furniture and artifacts. Shakers were masters in woodworking and basketry, and their influence on modern art and design is unmistakable.
See our Spring collection in action above.