Jenny Lind Chapel

The Chapel hosts special events throughout the year.

Visit with Jenny Lind

Saturday, June 4, 10 am - 12 pm
Open House at the Chapel as part of
Andover Days – Past & Present

There will be Sunday evening Vesper services on June 26, July 31 and August 28 at 7:00 pm.

Tessan-Maria on the right

Special Musical Concert from Sweden
Friday, June 10, 7 pm

Soprano Tessan-Maria Lehmussaari, 2022 winner of the prestigious Jenny Lind Scholarship awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, will present a short concert at the Jenny Lind Chapel. She will be accompanied by pianist Silia Levander, who received her M.A. at the Royal Music Academy of Stockholm.

Birdies for Charity

The Jenny Lind Chapel is again participating in the John Deere Classic Golf Tournament Birdies for Charity pledge program. This is a great way to provide funds for the Chapel ministry.

The official pledge form may be downloaded and printed. It is actually preferred that you make a donation online. In filling out the card, the charity name is "Jenny Lind Chapel" and the Bird Number is 1955. All pledge cards must be received by June 10, 2022.

The Chapel and museum will be open every day, 9 am to 5 pm, April through October.


The building is air conditioned, for your comfort and to help preserve the artifacts. A five minute narrated slideshow about the history of the Chapel may be viewed on the iPad located on the desk in the museum. We also have a Facebook page.

Check out theses 360 degree views of the Chapel and Museum. Here are the Chapel cemetery tombstone inscriptions.

Student tour

Jenny Lind Chapel and Museum Visitor Survey

Please, if you have visited the Jenny Lind Chapel and/or the museum housed on the chapel's lower level, at any time, kindly fill out this 16 question survey that should take approximately 5-10 minutes of your time. Thank you for your time and input.

This project is conducted in collaboration with Lisa Huntsha, part-time curator of the museum and the Jenny Lind Chapel Operating Board. This project is funded by a grant from the Swedish Council of America.