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The Isaac Winslow House
Webster at Careswell Streets
Marshfield, Massachusetts
42° 72” N: 71° 17.4” W

Mark A. Schmidt, Executive Director
Karin J. Goldstein, Curator

634 Careswell Street
Marshfield, MA 02050-5623
(781) 837-5753

2007 Season
Saturday, May 19 – Sunday, October 14

Guided Tours
Wednesday–Sunday 11:00 am–5:00 pm
Free (Members);
$3/adult, $1/child (Non-Members)
Guided tours last approximately one hour. Please inquire about arranging special appointments, group tours, and group rates.

Receive $1 off adult admission with your WGBH MemberCard.

Gift Shop
Browse our gift shop to find a unique assortment of books, colonial children’s toys, notepaper and prints, collectibles, and other items related to the Winslow House, Daniel Webster, and the Town of Marshfield.
Proceed south from Boston, or north from Plymouth on Route 3. Take Exit 11 and bear right onto Route 14. After the Duxbury police station, bear left at the fork onto Route 139. Continue through the intersection of Route 3A. The Winslow House is 1.4 miles ahead on the left at the intersection of Webster and Careswell Streets. Ample parking is available.
Seasonally, the Winslow House barn room, tea
room, terrace, and grounds are available for
weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners, parties,
showers, classes, or business meetings. Our large
kitchen facilities, historic setting, picturesque
landscape, location, and ample parking make the
site an ideal and unique place for your next event.
For rental information and pricing, please call or
email and we can discuss your needs.
Member Organization,
Backroads of the South Shore

Member Organization,
The Colonial Loyalist Alliance of Massachusetts

Member Organization,
New England Museum Association

Member Organization,
American Association for State and Local History

Supporting Organization,

Careswell Chronicles is published semi-annually.

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