Founded in 1919, is Plymouth’s largest organization dedicated to preserving historic houses and landmarks. The Society owns and maintains three historic houses from different centuries: the 1677 Harlow House, the 1749 Spooner House, and the 1809 Hedge House, and an ancient Native American site, Sacrifice Rock. Since 1920, PAS has welcomed the public to its historic properties for tours, exhibits, and programs.
The historic houses tell the story of everyday life in Plymouth from the mid-1600s to the present, with period rooms featuring early American furnishings and domestic artifacts. The Society also offers a seasonal calendar of special events and programs on local history. Membership is open to the public. The Plymouth Antiquarian Society owns and maintains three historic houses from different centuries.
1677 Harlow House, 119 Sandwich Street – 1749 Spooner House, 27 North Street – 1809 Hedge House, 126 Water Street – Sacrifice Rock, 394 Old Sandwich Road
Burial Hill Tours Offered: Free History Tours of Plymouth’s Ancient Burying Ground (Burial Hill) – An engaging series of free history tours of Burial Hill, led by local historians and guides. Tours begin at the top of the Hill. No reservations required for individuals and families. Involves strenuous walking on steep hillside.