42 Sumner St., Plymouth Massachusetts 02360
This house, built in 1640 by Richard Sparrow, is considered to be the oldest house in Plymouth. It's also a museum with period furnishings that offer visitors a chance to see how the early settlers of the Plymouth Colony lived.
The adjoining Sparrow House Gallery features pottery that has been made on the premises since 1932. Regular exhibitions showcase the works of local artists with freshly made pottery and other craftwork.
Open Thursday - Tuesday 10am-5pm from Memorial Day through December 24.
Other History nearby:
(Marblehead) Abbot Hall
(Lowell) American Textile History Museum
(Beverly) Balch House
(Providence) Beneficent Congregation Church
(Milton) Blue Hills Trailside Museum
(Lowell) Boott Cotton Mills Museum
06/19 Coming to The Plymouth area
Hebron Maple Festival Hebron CT March16-17 Each year thousands of people come from miles around to enjoy and experience the weekend of maple related events.
Taste of the Valley Plymouth NH March21 Experience all of your favorite local flavors. Several restaurants from the region will be there hoping to win your vote in the "Best in Show" competition.
Seacoast Home and Garden Show Durham NH March23-24 The 19th annual show features more than 225 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services for your home.
7th Annual Great International Spring Beer Festival Providence RI April20 Your Beer Festival Admission Ticket will allow you UNLIMITED SAMPLING of more than 250 brewers, live music, food and MUCH MORE at the Rhode Island Convention Center.
New England Folk Festival Mansfield MA April19-21 A fabulous blend of dance, music, crafts, and food from many lands.
Connecticut Sheep, Wool and Fiber Festival Vernon CT April27 The festival, started in 1909 by the CT Sheep Breeders Association, as a program ""to promote the keeping of sheep in Connecticut"", has evolved and expanded into a premier sheep and fiber festival by providing exhibits, demonstrations and over 60 vendors from the sheep, wool and fiber arena.