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Digital Visitor Experience

Immersive Web Apps and 360° Tours

Visit Historic New England properties from home

WEB APPS

Historic New England selected seven historic properties and two neighborhoods in Vermont to create new digital experiences encompassing all six New England states. With new research and never-before-seen videos and photographs, these buildings, landscapes, objects, and stories are more accessible than ever before.

Explore this working farm and the Indigenous peoples of the area.

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Learn about the lives of domestic staff and the house's modern conveniences.

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Peek inside the Gropius family's daily lives and modern living spaces with Bauhaus influences.

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Explore the role of immigrant markets in Vermont from the 1800s to today.

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Learn how Otis House and surrounding neighborhoods Beacon Hill and the West End changed through history.

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Discover the hidden histories of this Gothic Revival gem.

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Learn how technology drives the story at this expansive urban estate.

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Find out how author Sarah Orne Jewett found inspiration for her writings in her family home and community.

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360° Tours

Explore house interiors on one of these immersive digital tours.


Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House
Gloucester, Mass.
1907

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Browne House
Watertown, Mass.
c. 1698

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The Lyman Estate
Waltham, Mass.
1793

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Merwin House
Stockbridge, Mass.
c. 1826

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Quincy House
Quincy, Mass.
1770

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Rocky Hill Meeting House
Amesbury, Mass.
1785

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Swett-Ilsley House
Amesbury, Mass.
c. 1670

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The grant is part of the NEH CARES Act economic stabilization program. These grants support essential operations at more than three hundred cultural institutions across the country. The NEH was created in 1965 as an independent federal agency. It supports research and learning in history, literature, philosophy, and other areas of the humanities by funding selected, peer-reviewed proposals from around the nation. Additional information about the NEH and its grant programs is available at NEH.gov.