For generations, the 1699 Isaac Winslow House in Marshfield has been more than just a house. It has sheltered families through some of the most pivotal times in New England’s early history. The Winslow House has continued through the centuries to provide a perfect place for families to come together to share old stories and begin new ones, to create lasting memories and kindle passion for our nation’s origin stories. So many stories, all under one roof; a roof that now needs your help. Please consider making a donation towards our goal for preservation and repairs to the highest point of the Winslow House.
Please be advised. The Winslow House will not be leading tours on Saturday, August 26th due to a private event. We apologize for any inconvenience.
View the Winslow House from a new perspective this August as our Sunday Tours will highlight the history of the House from new angles. Each tour is approximately 45 – 60 minutes. Tour hours and pricing will remain the same.
August 6: Meet the Winslows
Explore the Many Branches of the Winslow Family Tree
August 13: Slaves and Servants of the Winslow Family
Bette, Briton, Nab Nowitt, and Cato also have stories to tell..
August 20: Leaving their Mark
Ledger Books, Mysterious Cups, Daisy Wheels,
See What the Winslows Left Behind
In 1920 the House was purchased by the Winslow Associates (Edward Ford, John Gutterson, and Edgar Sherril) and the restoration project began.
This Thursday Night at 7 PM! $5/Members $7/Non-Members
Reservations for 6 PM BBQ accepted until Tuesday, June 27th at 5 PM
From Darkness to Dynasty tells the unlikely history of the New England Patriots as it has never been told before. From their humble beginnings as a team bought with rainy-day money by a man who had no idea what he was doing to the fateful season that saw them win their first Super Bowl, Jerry Thornton shares the wild, humiliating, unbelievable, and wonderful stories that comprised the first forty years of what would ultimately become the most dominant franchise in the NFL today.
Join the Winslow House Association in welcoming our new Executive Director, Jessica Dougherty, Jess hails from Albany, New York. She began her love affair with history at an early age as one of the youngest volunteers at the Rensselaer County Historical Society. A lifelong lover of the arts, she received her MA in Applied Drama from Royal Holloway University of London. Although preoccupied with Victorian England for most of her education, she gained a passion for the origin story of America whilst working at Plimoth Plantation as a museum educator and interpreter.
To those who are familiar with Winslow House programming, Jess may be a familiar face!. She met her husband, Aaron Dougherty, in 2010 at Plimoth and joined him at Winslow as a volunteer and member of the programs committee when he became director in 2014.
Thank you to Plymouth Archaeological Rediscovery Project’s Craig Chartier and Greg Lott for giving our members and guests the opportunity to connect to local and Winslow history and learn that taking out the trash can be an educational experience.
Our appreciation also to the Marshfield Mariner for their recent cover story about the Saturday program (10/22/16). A link to the story is available here:
Thursday October 13th, 7:00 PM
In September of 1756, early in the French and Indian War, fifty New England soldiers, some drawn from Old Colony towns, set off on a routine reconnaissance – known as a “scout” – near Lake George in New York Colony. Only a handful made it back alive. Hodges’ Scout is a story of young men, and their families, tragically caught up in a conflict they little understood.
Presented by Len Travers, Professor of History at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth.
$5 Members/ $7 NM
For more information, please click here.
Don’t forget about the third annual Haunted Tavern Night tomorrow night at the 1699 Winslow House! Starting at 7 PM, join the Winslow community for food, drink, and fun with a SUPERNATURAL twist. Visit the historic Winslow House by candlelight, explore our Haunted Forest, and meet guest hosts “An Unkindness of Ravens.”
Tickets are $10 per person; wear a costume to get one free ticket to enter into our prize drawing. For more information please click here.
The community reading of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” is tomorrow; Sunday, September 25th, at 6:30 PM.
What better setting for Arthur Miller’s play than an 18th century hearth in the New England countryside? Join us for an intimate night of classic theater, presented by yourself, your friends, and your neighbors.
Due to the high heat & humidity, there will be NO TOURS of the 1699 Winslow House today, Friday, September 9th. Stop in tomorrow between 1 and 4 for cooler weather and Colonial Kids Day!