We preserve the history of Berkley.


Since 1975, The Berkley Historical Society has actively worked to preserve and perpetuate the history of Berkley, Massachusetts through a collection of documents, relics, records and any other material containing historical facts and biographical anecdotes related to Berkley history.  The BHS shares with members and residents to foster fellowship and cooperation in the preservation of historical sites and landmarks.    The BHS remains a non-profit, non-commercial social organization.  New members are always welcome in this pursuit.

We operate a museum in the Old Town Hall building at 2 North Main St., Berkley, MA 02779. We are open Tuesdays 10 AM - 1 PM as long as we have volunteers available. We also hold talks and other special events and are available by appointment. The phone number at the museum is 774-872-5304. See our Facebook Page for news and information! 

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