General Admissions

General admission to the Farnsworth Art Museum. Your ticket entitles you to admission to our open galleries for one full calendar day.

The Wyeth Experience

Immerse yourself in the world of Andrew Wyeth. This unique tour captures an authentic sense of place by illuminating the strong attraction the Olson House held for Andrew Wyeth for more than 30 years. Your tour will begin with an intimate look at select Andrew Wyeth works at the Farnsworth Art Museum, and continue on for an in-depth tour of the Olson House. Participants will be taken by van through the Maine countryside to the Olson House, past landmarks relevant to Wyeth’s Maine subject matter.

Share the Wonder

First Friday at the Farnsworth

Fall Family Festival

Off-Site Exhibition

Homestead Tour


The 1850 Farnsworth Homestead was the home of Lucy Farnsworth, the museum's original benefactor, and is part of the main museum campus. She recognized the historical importance and the potential educational value of the family's house and left instructions that it be maintained with the original furnishings and be kept open to the public. The Homestead was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

The Homestead is open for three tours per day Thursdays through Sundays, from Memorial Day weekend through the Sunday of Columbus Day weekend.

The Farnsworth Homestead is not wheelchair accessible.

Please note: If you purchase a Historic Site Add-On ticket, you must also purchase a General Admissions ticket.


Olson House Tour


Located at 384 Hathorne Point Road in Cushing, Maine, the Olson House is the subject of numerous works of art by Andrew Wyeth, including his 1948 painting Christina's World, now owned by the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Wyeth's series of drawings, watercolors and tempera paintings featuring Christina Olson, her brother Alvaro and the house itself, occupied Wyeth from 1939 through 1968.

The Olson House is open to the public from the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend through the Sunday of Columbus Day weekend, Wednesdays through Sundays, Noon to 5 pm with tours on the hour. The last tour begins at 4 pm.

Please note: If you purchase a Historic Site Add-On ticket, you must also purchase a General Admissions ticket.


Back in Balance with John Jenkins

Listen and Make

Mime-Led Family Tour

David Rockwell Lecture

Highlight Tour

Victorian Needle Case Workshop with Jean Bragan

Book Reading and Signing

The Music of Early 20th-Century Women Composers

Wyeth Day

WWI Figurines with Declan Buchanan

Creating through Curiosity with Allison Davis

Renewing a Masterwork: A Conversation about Louise Nevelson and The Chapel of the Good Shepherd

The History of American Picture-Frame Design

From Slab City to Tenth Street: The View From New York

Drawing Study: Rocks with Pam Cabanas

Introduction to Drawing with Tanya Harsch

Keeping Kids Creative: A Family Workshop with Bridget Matros

Andrew Wyeth: Childhood

Uncork The Arts