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North Weymouth, Massachusetts
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Due to the ongoing preservation work in 2012, the Birthplace is closed. Special tours and programs will be scheduled when the work is completed. Please stay tuned to this website and our Facebook page for updates.
Quincy, Massachusetts
Historic House
Amherst, Massachusetts
History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Amherst History Museum is an amusement park for the History buff. The museum exhibits most of its collection in its gallery and period rooms. Its current exhibition, "Emily Dickinson's Amherst," features the poet's white dress and tells the story of Amherst through 19th century photographs and objects. The 1750 ca. Strong House represents the many eras of New England. Knowledgeable tour guides lead visitors through the period rooms.
Boston, Massachusetts
Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Military
Admission: Free! The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts is the oldest chartered military organization in the western hemisphere. On display in the Museum are military artifacts, weaponry, uniforms, medals, and gifts to the company. Items span all conflicts from the Revolution to the battlefields of Desert Storm. A special display houses items from the Honorable Artillery Company of London. You will also notice as you tour items from the Swiss Guard.
Andover, Massachusetts
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Amos Blanchard House and Barn Museum in downtown Andover, Massachusetts, recreates the life and times of a typical middle-class family of the early 19th century. Educational programs and changing exhibits explore many aspects of Andover's fascinating 350 year history.
Millbury, Massachusetts
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Asa Waters II was born in 1769 in the section of Sutton which later became Millbury in 1813. He learned the art of gunsmithing in his father’s shop. Because of lucrative government contracts, the armory, which he and his brother founded, prospered. He was founder of the Millbury Bank and became a State Representative in 1823.
His plan to erect the stateliest residence in the country for his wife, Susan Holman Waters, was set in motion in 1824.
Dartmouth, Massachusetts
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Specialized
The Society has constructed two Azorean whaleboats, the Fayal and the Pico, displaying and sailing them throughout the region. These sleek and colorful craft function as distinctive cultural ambassadors, raising awareness and pride within the Azorean community on both sides of the Atlantic.
Melrose, Massachusetts
Historic House
Monterey, Massachusetts
Historic House
Billerica, Massachusetts
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Research Collections: Local Genealogy and local history.
Boylston, Massachusetts
Historic House, Historical Society

Since 1971, the Boylston Historical Society has endeavored to live up to its motto, Preserve the Past for the Future.

Such a commitment involves more than collecting and preserving the historical and cultural heritage of the community. Included as well is a total dedication to providing members with every opportunity to increase their knowledge and appreciation of the people and events which created present day Boylston.

Cambridge, Massachusetts
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
We are Cambridge history. We inspire interest in and enthusiasm for the Cambridge experience; its changing landscapes and neighborhoods; its workers and thinkers; its daily life and innovative contributions to the nation. We are a resource for everyone who wants to know about Cambridge and its history.
Gloucester, Massachusetts
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized
The Cape Ann Museum tells multiple stories, a relating to this remarkable place. The Museum collects and exhibits the art produced here, interprets the history that shaped it, and narrates the economic and social forces that define it.
Charlton, Massachusetts
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Rider Tavern is the centerpiece of the Town of Charlton's Northside Historic District. Completed in 1799, the tavern is a well-documented Federal period inn that has been restored over the last 30 years by volunteers. Nearby are the town of Charlton's Number 2 Schoolhouse (also open for tours by appointment through the Charlton Historical Society, militia lot where General Lafayette reviewed the troops in 1824, and the boyhood home of Dr. William T. G.
Chicopee, Massachusetts
History, Historic House, Historical Society
Easton, Massachusetts
Children's, General, Historic House, Science
The Children's Museum in Easton welcomes families to participate in our cultural, educational, and affordable events! Children can enjoy a day of golf, a frightfully fun Halloween Romp, a Holiday Shop, more! See our website for a year-round schedule of upcoming events.
North Oxford, Massachusetts
Historic House
The Clara Barton Birthplace Museum is open seasonally and by appointment. Guests enjoy a rich learning experience touring Clara's childhood home. Special programs are available for school groups. The museum is also an attractive setting for your organization's next meeting or social event; please contact us to inquire about availability.
Cohasset, Massachusetts
Historic House, Historical Society
Arlington, Massachusetts
Art, Culture, History, Historic House
Cyrus Dallin set the highest standard of the most robust American Classicism to date. His historic contribution was to connect the high art of Europe with the themes of America. Patriots, Indians, American War Heroes—each was given the attention and respect of a sensitive, observant man.
After his death, his work was ignored for decades. Many works were lost, abandoned, or thrown away.
Dorchester, Massachusetts
Historic House, Historical Society
We work to preserve the cultural artifacts of Dorchester’s past to inspire the imaginations of future generations.
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