Come Down and Visit the Museum
Your financial support helps us keep the doors open and pay for our leased space. We are asking you to join us and others to preserve some of our past.
We are a non-profit 501C3 organization and your donation is 100% tax deductible. Staff members volunteer their time to collect and display 1,000's of elevator artifacts.
Won't you support us ? Please donate today and help us preserve our past !
The Elevator Museum is one of the only brick and mortar museums of its kind in the world. This rare collection of over 4,000 original artifacts, machines, plaques and literature are on display to see .
We'll take you back to the 1800's and show you how a water hydraulic elevator operated.
Understand the mechanics and operation of a early 1900's shipper rope freight elevator.
We have original 1954 Elevator Inspection certificates from the White House's freight elevator and oildraulic sidewalk lift. Check out the OTIS flyball governor from the Mount Washington Hotel's passenger elevator.
We have the largest collection of American made cast iron elevator plaques in the world.
We welcome your visit, appreciate your support and remember our history is worth saving.
The Elevator Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the history and artifacts of this great trade. During the Industrial Revolution elevators played a vital role in developing our country in the factories and buildings across America.
Have you ever wondered what's hidden in the walls of the old elevator shafts and machine rooms ? Come, explore and you'll see some things you have never seen before.
Preserving our Past & Elevating our Future
The Elevator Museum........77 Elm St., Amesbury, Ma. 01913
The Elevator Museum gives guided tours which take about one hour
We are open :
Friday 5:00- 9pm
Saturday 9am - 1pm
Sunday 9am - 1pm
We can also open by request if available, contact us in advance to arrange an appointment time that works for you as we have a volunteer staff.
*hours subject to change.
please check website or call us
prior to coming for any updates.
77 Elm Street, Amesbury, Massachusetts 01913, United States