Historic Winslow House

Historic Winslow House The ancestral home of the founding family of Marshfield, is on the National Register of Historic Places. Built circa 1699, it is an example of how life was like prior to the American Revolution.
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Open to the public May-Oct as a historic museum since 1920. Ancestral home of the founding family of Marshfield. Built in 1699, it is filled with period artifacts and architecture. This historic local gem is also a venue for lectures, dinners, children's events and private functions.

Operating as usual

03/15/2020

We are looking for folks to join our team. Tour guides must like people -past and present, we supply the historical info on the people from the past and you share with our visitors and members. Maybe you like to dig in the garden, we have two small gardens to tend.to. Do you like to entertain at home, consider the Winslow House your home and our guests your family. Looking to expand your resume with media knowledge, come set-up power-point/mic for lectures & presentations or musical events. Whatever your talent, we would love for you to join us. We welcome your comradeship.

Tues Sept 10, 2019 at 10:30AM - refreshments/11:00AM lecture -the Coffee Series continues with Carolyn Ravenscroft, hist...
08/28/2019

Tues Sept 10, 2019 at 10:30AM - refreshments/11:00AM lecture -the Coffee Series continues with Carolyn Ravenscroft, historian and archivist. She will speak on "Duxbury Women at Sea". In the 19thc, ship captains sailed around the world and sometimes they brought their wives and children. Hear their story. Members $6.00. Non-members $8.00.

SAVE THE DATE Sunday September 29th 4-8pmTHE ANNUAL TURKEY SUPPERThe Historic WInslow House will host this end of season...
08/18/2019

SAVE THE DATE Sunday September 29th 4-8pm
THE ANNUAL TURKEY SUPPER
The Historic WInslow House will host this end of season social event for members and non members.
Family Crest Caterers
Details to follow.

08/10/2019

Come to the Historic Winslow House onTuesday August 13th, we are overjoyed to bring you 'Marshfield Memories: Growing up in Seaview". Exerpts from W. Ray Freden's blog along with a selection of photgraphs that will be presented by Kezia Bacon.
The Tuesday Coffee Hour Series begins at 10:30 with registration & refreshments and the powerpoint presentation begins @ 11:00. Come meet Ray's sister Judi who offered to greet our guests and bake a sweet treat from their Mom's recipe box. $6:00 members/$8:00 nonmembers.
This will be a nostalgic trip from days gone by, a glance at life in Marshfield in the 1940's and 50's from the vantage of young Marshfield lad. Come and join us ! 781-837-5753

Open at Noon Sunday Sept 1st for tours of the Historic House... Last tour @2:00 pm. Stop and hear the story of the labor...
08/03/2019

Open at Noon Sunday Sept 1st for tours of the Historic House... Last tour @2:00 pm. Stop and hear the story of the labors performed on The Winslow Farm in the 18thc- we'd love to have you!

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08/03/2019

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08/03/2019

Tuesday August 13th
**History of Seaview 11:00am

Thursday August 15th
**Knots and Pots 7pm

Friday August 16th ***CANCELLED*** SORRY
**Kids Friday: crafts & play the 18thc way

www,winslowhouse.org

07/29/2019

Thursday August 1st Join Duxbury Town Historian Tony Kelso explore the severance movement, "Prohibition on the South Shore. Get in your "buzz car" and drive to the Tea Room at the Historic WInslow House for a cup of "giggle water". Located at the corner of Careswell and Webster Streets Marshfield.Lecture begins @7:00 Refreshemts @6:30. Members $10:00/non-members $15:00. Call 781-837-5753 for more information. Period dress optional !

A perfect day for a BEAUTIFUL wedding shower at the Historic Winslow House!  Such an amazing job bringing the property t...
06/16/2019

A perfect day for a BEAUTIFUL wedding shower at the Historic Winslow House! Such an amazing job bringing the property to life by the Sturtevant family!

For information on renting the Historic Winslow House please go to our website www.winslowhouse.org.

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05/01/2019

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12/19/2018

Girl Scouts of Eastern MA Troop #62307
Visited the Historic Winslow House ... see photos of what they did!

Historic Winslow House
11/05/2018

Historic Winslow House

Careswell Chronicles Fall/Winter 2018
11/05/2018

Careswell Chronicles Fall/Winter 2018

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11/05/2018

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Haunted Tavern Night 10/13/18
10/17/2018

Haunted Tavern Night 10/13/18

Explore Marshfield 10/7/18
10/17/2018

Explore Marshfield 10/7/18

Patriot's Super Bowl History 9/20/18
10/17/2018

Patriot's Super Bowl History 9/20/18

Len Travers Lecture 9/19/18
10/17/2018

Len Travers Lecture 9/19/18

Craft Night
10/17/2018

Craft Night

Reservations are filling up fast!  Don’t miss out on Turkey Dinner expertly made for you by Family Crest Catering!Hosted...
10/16/2018

Reservations are filling up fast! Don’t miss out on Turkey Dinner expertly made for you by Family Crest Catering!

Hosted by the Historic Winslow House!

All proceeds benefit the restoration and upkeep of this historic site.

Call (781) 837-5753 TODAY!

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10/16/2018

Historic Winslow House

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09/28/2018
Historic Winslow House

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The ancestral home of the founding family of Marshfield and on the National Register of Historic Places. Built circa 1699, it is an example of how life was like prior to the American Revolution. It opened to the public as a historic museum in 1920.

09/21/2018

The Winslow House will be closed on Friday, Sept 21st. We will be open for tours on Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 3pm.

09/16/2018

The Winslow House will be closing at noon (12pm) today for a volunteer appreciation cookout. Interested in becoming a volunteer at our historic home? Email [email protected]!

Hello, everyone. Due to unforeseen circumstances, this afternoon's lecture on the Winslow Family Crest has been postpone...
09/11/2018
Christopher Carter Lee- Event Postponed | Historic Winslow House

Hello, everyone. Due to unforeseen circumstances, this afternoon's lecture on the Winslow Family Crest has been postponed. We will reschedule ASAP. Check the program link for up to date details. Thanks! http://www.winslowhouse.org/events-programs/lectures-2/christopher-carter-lee/

UPDATE: This event has been postponed. Check back for rescheduled date.   Christopher Carter Lee: The Winslow Family Crest Join us as Christopher

09/01/2018

The Winslow House will be closed for tours on Sunday, Sept 2nd for a private event.
Did you know you could host your next party at the Winslow House? Follow the link to learn more! http://www.winslowhouse.org/rent

Story Time with Mother Goose 8/17/18
08/22/2018

Story Time with Mother Goose 8/17/18

Story Time with Mother Goose 8/17/18
08/22/2018

Story Time with Mother Goose 8/17/18

Stephanie Schorow: Inside the Combat Zone 8/16/18
08/22/2018

Stephanie Schorow: Inside the Combat Zone 8/16/18

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634 Careswell St
Marshfield, MA
02050

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Friends of Winslow House, the 2004 book: Pilgrim Edward Winslow New England's First Diplomat by Jeremy Dupertius Bangs lists on pages 172-177 the many reasons and related excavation findings that suggest that the Summer Kitchen, as called, may in fact be the relocated home of Edward Winslow and family. The idea is charming and I wonder what you think?
We had a great time at the Harry Potter Festival, thank you! 🔮🧙‍♀️🧙‍♂️ 🦉
Excited to bring “The Enchanted Castle” to Winslow House on July 6th.
Found this little gem Wondering what year this is from?