The retaining wall at Otis House continues to mystify even the preservation experts at Historic New England.
After much planning and preparation, the restoration of the early nineteenth-century stone wall on the west boundary of the Otis House Museum has begun.
The Rhode Island farm is becoming Historic New England's regional center in southern New England.
Historic New England awards $1,000 grants to organizations that preserve and share New England heritage.
Two grants help fund preservation project at the Lyman Estate Greenhouses in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Grants awarded to preserve historic greenhouses
Historic New England receives $10,000 grant from The 1772 Foundation
Historic New England and the Massachusetts Historical Commission hosted the first of three workshops as part of Preservation Month.
This year is the fiftieth anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act.
The Eustis Estate Historic District in Milton, Massachusetts, is the most recent addition to the National Register of Historic Places.
Henry Hoover's children found a creative way to carry on his work.
Protecting thirteen buildings and extensive open space
Over 200 advocates, activists, scholars, and planners gathered at The Dynamic City, a preservation symposium sponsored by Boston University and Historic New England.
Maintaining the front line defenses in the constant battle with the elements.
Historic New England is pleased to introduce Charlotte Barrett, our new Community Preservation Manager, Western New England.
Beat the winter blues at Historic New England's Lyman Estate Greenhouses
he privy, or outdoor restroom, was a once-common feature of everyday life that has almost completely faded away.
Bell House in Little Boar’s Head, New Hampshire, is the one hundredth property protected through Historic New England's Preservation Easement Program.
Historic New England protects Bell House
Historic New England secured $29,780 grant from the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission.