The Center for Painted Wall Preservation (CPWP) is grateful to our Museum Partners for opening their doors and sharing their painted walls and collections with our members. Please see individual organization websites for hours, directions, and more information.
American Folk Art Museum
2 Lincoln Square
New York, NY 10023
Admission to AFAM is free. CPWP members receive a 20% discount on all public program tickets.
Exclusive CPWP tours will be offered for special AFAM exhibits.
Museums of the Bethel Historical Society
10 Broad St,
Bethel, ME 04217
CPWP members receive free admission to the Mason House period rooms.
Murals in front hallway of the Dr. Moses Mason House, built 1813.
Old Stone House Museum
109 Old Stone House Road
CPWP Members receive free admission to the first floor of the Old Stone House Museum.
Murals from Adams Female Academy in East Derry, NH, now installed in the Old Stone House Museum.
Old Sturbridge VIllage
1 Old Sturbridge Village Rd
Sturbridge, MA 01566
CPWP Members receive free standard daytime admission. No other discounts apply.
Murals on the second floor of the Salem Towne House.
Note: Rufus Porter murals in the Oliver Wight House are not publicly accessible. The house is used as an Inn and kept locked to ensure guest safety and security.
Rufus Porter Museum of Art and Ingenuity
121 Main Street
Bridgton, ME 04009
CPWP members receive free admission to the Museum.
Murals (circa 1828) in the parlor of the Nathan Church House, built circa 1790.
Townsend Historical Society
CPWP members receive free tours of the Reed Homestead.
Rufus Porter murals in the Reed Homestead, built circa 1809.