In 2003, the Marblehead Historical Society changed its name to the Marblehead Museum & Historical Society to reflect its museum-quality collection and professional approach to exhibits, research, preservation and education. The name was simplified in 2013 to Marblehead Museum. The name represents a continued commitment to the mission of preservation. Year round activities and operations preserve Marblehead history according to museum standards. The Jeremiah Lee Mansion, the J.O.J. Frost Gallery and Education Center, Marblehead History Archives and the G.A.R. Civil War Museum are all part of the Marblehead Museum’s exceptional collection of places, artifacts, documents, and photographs that span five centuries of Marblehead history.