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Three Historic New England sites in Massachusetts are open to the public year round. The Eustis Estate in Milton and Gropius House in Lincoln have been offering tours to groups of four to six with advanced registration, and the Lyman Estate Greenhouses have been open on a regular basis. In late May, Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House in Gloucester, Mass., and Casey Farm in Saunderstown, R.I., join that trio and open for tours and programs.
In June twelve historic sites open for public tours. In July eleven more sites open for public tours. Visitors will find great things to do in New England from Maine to Rhode Island. See a complete list below.
Visiting these twenty-eight historic properties is a great way to discover the many stories we tell about our regional history. From a Rhode Island “stone-ender” to an intact Gothic Revival property, to beautiful open spaces and farmyard excursions, Historic New England has the place and space for you to explore, rejuvenate, and discover.
Tours have limits of four to six guests, depending on the property. All tickets must be purchased online in advance. Please visit our website for more information about the properties and to select an available time for your visit.
Please note that safety protocols remain in place. All guests must wear a face mask and maintain six feet of social distance.