Historic Sites

Adams National Historical Park
Quincy, Massachusetts

The park is comprised of 13 acres, 11 buildings and a collection comprising approximate

Amherst History Museum
Amherst, Massachusetts
Berkshire Athenaeum
Pittsfield, Massachusetts

The Berkshire Athenaeum is the public library for the city of Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Berkshire Museum
Pittsfield, Massachusetts

In 1903, Berkshire Museum founder, Zenas Crane, was inspired by such institutions as th

Boston African American National Historic Site
Boston, Massachusetts

It has roughly two dozen sites on the north face of Beacon Hill.

Boston Harbor Islands
Boston, Massachusetts

Many of the Boston Harbor Islands contain buildings and structures related to such uses

Boston National Historical Park
Boston, Massachusetts

Boston National Historical Park tells the story of the even

Cape Cod
Eastham, Massachusetts

Lighthouses, cultural landscapes, and wild cranberry bogs offer a glimpse of Cape Cod’s

Emily Dickinson Museum
Amherst, Massachusetts

Emily Dickinson's troubled life and influential work are chronicled at the Emily Dickin

Fenway Park
Boston, Massachusetts

Constructed in 1912, Fenway Park is the oldest Major League Baseball stadium currently

Fruitlands Museum
Harvard, Massachusetts

A National Landmark and Historic District, Fruitlands includes the original farmhouse t

Hancock Shaker Village
Hancock, Massachusetts

The Shakers trace their beginnings to Manchester, England, in 1747.

Herman Melville's Arrowhead
Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Arrowhead, Melville's home i

Historic Deerfield
Deerfield, Massachusetts

Step into early America as and tour Historic Deerfield’s eleven house museums.

Historical Society Of Old Newbury
Newburyport, Massachusetts

The Caleb Cushing House Museum houses the collection of the Historical Society of Old N

House Of Seven Gables
Salem, Massachusetts

Built in 1668, the House of Seven Gables is the oldest surviving 17th ce

John Greenleaf Whittier Homestead
Haverhill, Massachusetts

The Whittier Homestead is an outstanding example of the old New England

Laughing Brook Wildlife Sanctuary
Hampden, Massachusetts

Explore Laughing Brook’s 356 acres of woodlands, meadows, and streams along its four-mi

Longfellow National Historic Site
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Longfellow National Historic Site preserves the home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, one

Medford Historical Society
Medford, Massachusetts

This local historical society was organized in 1896 by concerned citizens from the city

Mission House
Stockbridge, Massachusetts

Naumkeag
Stockbridge, Massachusetts

New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park
New Bedford, Massachusetts

New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park is the only national park site dedicated t

Nichols House
Boston, Massachusetts

The museum educates visitors by providing a unique glimpse into domestic life in the ni

Old Manse
Concord, Massachusetts

History fills the walls of the Old Manse, from the house's construction in the 18th cen

Old Sturbridge Village
Sturbridge, Massachusetts

Old Sturbridge Village is the largest living history museum in New England, spanning o

Orchard House
Concord, Massachusetts

Orchard House was the Alcott family's most permanent home (from 1858 to 1877).

Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Hall Museum
Deerfield, Massachusetts

Surrounded by gentle meadows and wooded hills, the 300 year old village of Deerfield sp

Ralph Waldo Emerson House
Concord, Massachusetts

From this house, Emerson wrote his well known essays, suc

Salem Maritime National Historic Site
Salem, Massachusetts

Salem, Massachusetts has looked to the sea since the community was founded in 1626, and