The 1699 Winslow House is now open for autumn tours!

Come see a colonial mansion in almost the same condition that 18th century colonists would have seen it.

Learn about the Winslows, a wealthy and prominent family who arrived on the Mayflower and helped to found, govern, protect, and document the colony of Plymouth and the town of Marshfield.

Hear the story of Briton Hammon, the slave who traveled from Marshfield to the Caribbean, was captured by natives, imprisoned by the Spanish, escaped to London, and returned to Marshfield.

Discuss the colonial experience from the 17th century to the 18th, from Plymouth Colony to its merger with Massachusetts, and from loyal British province to rebellious American state.

Don’t just imagine colonial life. See it for yourself.

Fall of 2014 Schedule of Public Tours

(starting September 1, 2014)

Saturday 11 AM – 1 PM

 Sunday 1 PM – 4 PM

In order to arrange an appointment or if you would like to schedule a tour for a different time, please email or call 781-837-5753

Tours last about 45 minutes and are free for members! For non-members we ask for a $3 donation from each adult.  Guided Tours cover the 1699 Isaac Winslow House and Herb Garden.  On select dates the Carriage Shed and Blacksmith Shop may be open.

Please inquire about arranging special appointments, group and school tours


The Ancestral Home of the Founding Family of Marshfield