Can’t Miss Historic Sites In The South Shore


The South Shore Is Filled With Rich History Just Waiting to Be Discovered. Here Are 5 Must-see Historical Sites Worth a Visit:

Plimoth Plantation - Plymouth, MA

A Touchstone of the South Shore and American History
If you’ve never been, Plimoth Plantation is a must visit when it comes to can’t miss South Shore Historical sites. The location marks the place where the famous Mayflower landed in 1620 along with its brave band of English pilgrims, forever changing the future of America. Take a step back into history at one of their many incredible sites including the 17th-Century English Village, Wampanoag Homesite, the Plimoth Grist Mill and more.
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Alden House Museum - Duxbury, MA

Now a designated national hallmark as well as a museum, the Alden House was originally home to John Alden and Priscilla Mullins who arrived in Plimoth Colony on the Mayflower in 1620. The property now welcomes visitors for tours of the c. 1680 Alden family home, archeological site, and grounds while also offering hands-on programs that "bring history to life." 
Alden House is open for tours on Wednesday through Saturdays from noon to 4 pm, June through mid-October and at other times by appointment. 
Admission: Adults $8, Children (3-17) $5. The grounds are open year-round. 
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Hingham Historical Society - Hingham, MA

Established in 1914, The Hingham Historical Society is dedicated to preserving and exhibiting Hingham’s unique and rich historic heritage. The Society maintains the 1688 Old Ordinary, an enchanting house museum which chronicles early life and history in Hingham, as well as the 1818 Old Derby Academy building, the country’s oldest co-educational school. 
The Society hosts a variety of activities and programs including museum tours, an annual tour of historic homes, vintage baseball games, exhibits, lectures and other special events and programs. The society also presents annual special achievement awards to high school students and individuals who achieve distinction in the preservation and restoration of historic buildings in Hingham.
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Hull Lifesaving Museum - Hull, MA

Housed in the former Point Allerton US Lifesaving Station opened in 1889 under the leadership of Joshua James (considered a "father" of the US Coast Guard), the Hull Lifesaving Museum is a historical site, museum, and so much more. Founded in 1978, the museum has become an essential part of the Hull community that for 40 years has combined invaluable experiential education with historical preservation and interpretation.
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Winslow House - Marshfield, MA
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Winslow House is a true South Shore treasure. Known to be the ancestral home of the founding family of Marshfield, Winslow House was built by Judge Isaac Winslow, grandson of Mayflower passenger and three-time governor of Plymouth Colony Edward Winslow. A shining example of Marshfield’s historic past, this a site worth a visit for its architectural charm as much as for its history. 
The Winslow House is open June – October. Tours are included with each program.
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