Book a Private Tour

Group and specialty tours at Historic New England properties

Experience Historic New England properties when you want, how you want, for a reasonable cost with our 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.

Group Tour Ideas

Gropius House, Lincoln, Mass.

Invite your friends to a Hip Sips evening tour and reception at Walter Gropius's 1938 Modern masterpiece. Learn more.

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  • Gropius House, Lincoln, Mass.

    Invite your friends to a Hip Sips evening tour and reception at Walter Gropius's 1938 Modern masterpiece. Learn more.

  • Roseland Cottage, Woodstock, Conn.

    Tour the Bowen family's 1846 Gothic Revival summer retreat, complete with parterre garden and one of the nation's oldest bowling alleys. Learn more.

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

    Enjoy an in-depth Nooks and Crannies tour of Beauport (1907), featuring rooms not included on the regular tour. Learn more.

  • Casey Farm, Saunderstown, R.I.

    Tour the farmyard and grounds of Casey Farm (c. 1750), one of Rhode Island's oldest working farms, including the Casey family cemetery. Learn more.

  • Governor John Langdon House, Portsmouth, N.H.

    Tour the elegant 1784 governor's mansion followed by a gallery walk through the current exhibition of local art or historic material. Learn more.

Tour Historic Sites Throughout New England

Visit each property’s individual page for contact information, prices, and specialty tour ideas.

Connecticut

Maine

Massachusetts

New Hampshire

Rhode Island