The next time your phone rings, vibrates, or chirps, you swear you're going to flush it. Return to simpler times with today's deal: Pay $12 for a general daytime admission ticket to Old Sturbridge Village (regularly $24). As New England's largest living history museum, this village situated off of the Mass Pike portrays daily life as it was from 1790 to 1840, complete with authentically costumed staff and a working 200-acre farm with heritage-breed farm animals including sheep, pigs, chickens, cows, oxen, and baby lambs and calves. Ride the stagecoach, stroll through heirloom gardens, and see the printer, potter, blacksmith, shoemaker, and farmers at work. You can also watch daily hearth-cooking demonstrations and explore three water-powered mills and 40 antique buildings -- including a school, cooper shop, and sawmill. Turn off your phone and listen for the thump of the hammer and hoe -- and the ka-ching of sweet savings.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON March 31, 2013
back by popular demand:
Old Sturbridge Village
One General Daytime Admission Ticket
- from $12