From the colonial period to the present day, the Winslow House offers authors and lecturers on a variety of different subjects the opportunity to talk about their research with the public. During the May- October season, the 1699 Winslow House will play host to many of these Lectures, averaging at least one per week.

See below for details on some of these great programs.


“The Revolution’s Odd Couple: John Hancok & Samuel Adams” with William M. Fowler– Tuesday June 28th, 10:30 AM. Admission: $3 Members/ $5 NM

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“Revolutionary” July:

“The Road to Concord” with J. L. Bell- Thursday July 7th, 7:00 PM. Admission: $5 Members/ $7 NM

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“Revolution on the Hudson” with George Daughan– Tuesday July 12th ,7:00 PM.  Admission:  $5 Members/ $7 NM

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“The Diary of Israel Litchfield: A South Shore Militia Man’s World, 1774-1775” with Bob Jackman- Thursday July 14th, 7:00 PM. Admission: $5 Suggested Donation.

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“Liberty’s Martyr: The Story of Dr. Joseph Warren” with Janet Uhlar- Wednesday July 27th, 10:30 AM. Admission: $3 Members/ $5 NM

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Buy Tickets Online:

Many event tickets can be purchased in advance online. Click below to see what tickets are available.

Member Tickets

Non-Member Tickets

Benefits of HWHA Membership:

Don’t forget that Historic Winslow House Association Members get discounted access to most events and, in some cases, free tickets! Purchase your membership here today.

With the exception of our “Winslow in Winter” programs held at the Marshfield Ventress Library, most HWHA events begin in May and run until October of each year. For more information on upcoming programs, please click the appropriate links above, email director@winslowhouse.org, or call 781-837-5753. 

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