Experience Historic New England properties when you want, how you want, for a reasonable cost with new, customizable group tours.
You and as few as seven friends or family members can book private tours of most of our properties, including a wide variety of specialty tours and programs offered during regular museum hours and beyond. Our staff can work with you to tailor a tour to your group’s interests, or schedule one of our many specialty tours.
Historic New England properties represent four centuries of architecture, collecting, and family stories. Choose a property for your group to explore today.
Roseland Cottage (1846), Woodstock
Castle Tucker (1807), Wiscasset
Hamilton House (1774), South Berwick
Sarah Orne Jewett House Museum and Visitor Center (1774), South Berwick
Nickels-Sortwell House (1807), Wiscasset
Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House (1907), Gloucester
Codman Estate (c. 1740), Lincoln
Coffin House (1678), Newbury
Cogswell's Grant (1728), Essex
Gropius House (1938), Lincoln
Lyman Estate and Greenhouses (1793), Waltham
Otis House (1796), Boston
Phillips House (1821), Salem
Quincy House (1770), Quincy
Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm (1690), Newbury
Jackson House (c. 1664), Portsmouth
Governor John Langdon House (1784), Portsmouth
Rundlet-May House (1807), Portsmouth
Casey Farm (c. 1750), Saunderstown
Watson Farm (1796), Jamestown