Historic New England

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Experience four centuries of New England life at thirty-six historic properties spanning five states. Historic New England is the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive regional heritage organization in the nation, welcoming more than 175,000 visitors each year. Hear the stories of the New Englanders who called our sites home, stroll through formal gardens, or visit a working farm. In addition to our historic properties, we share the region’s history through collections, publications, public programs, archives, and school and youth programs.



Castle Tucker Nickels-Sortwell House Marrett House

Sarah Orne Jewett House Hamilton House Sayward-Wheeler House


New Hampshire

Rundlet-May House Governor John Langdon House Jackson House

Gilman Garrison House   Barrett House



Rocky Hill Meeting House  Dole-Little House  Newbury  Coffin House

Swett-Ilsley House Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm Beauport, Sleeper-McCann House

Cogswell's Grant Gedney House    Phillips House

Boardman House  Cooper-Frost-Austin House  Gropius House

 Lyman Estate and Greenhouses  Browne House

Otis House  Pierce House  Quincy House

Winslow Crocker House  


Rhode Island

Clemence-Irons House  Arnold House 

Watson Farm