Thirty-two sites open for free during Open House June 2
May 31, 2012
This weekend, take a free tour of a Historic New England property you've always wanted to visit at our annual Open House. Learn about the people who lived in stone-enders, urban mansions, rural estates, and working farms over four centuries.
- the first-ever opening of the attached farmhouse, home to a Lithuanian-American family in the twentieth century, at Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm in Newbury, Massachusetts
- the exhibition Lost Gardens of New England, included with a visit to Governor John Langdon House in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
- a rare mahogany bombé chest newly installed at Quincy House in Quincy, Massachusetts
- a kid-friendly visit with the cattle and sheep at Watson Farm in Jamestown, Rhode Island, located on the coast of Narragansett Bay
Taking photos? Upload them to Instagram with the tag #HistoricNE. Visitors are welcome to take photos of the exteriors of our properties. Interior photographs for personal use require advance permission.