Private Tours & Programs
Now Booking Private & Bus Tours, Available Year Round!
Please note: regular visitor information for the public historic house season (July 15-August 31) can be found at Our Website.
Brand new exhibition! Four Bradford Daughters: Lives Well Lived. Self-touring, gallery-style installation in the family home. Contemplate the tumultuous changes in 19th century life, experienced by the Bradford women. Features family-friendly and hands-on activities. Introductory video available. The Bradford House has undergone a multi-year project to #ReimagineBradford, focused on critical repairs to the house and the revitalization of the family history to create an inclusive and dynamic experience.
Private Viewing with Tour Guide: $8 pp or $35 minimum. 15 person maximum per tour guide; $20 for each additional tour guide required. DRHS Member rates are available.
Private Viewing with Executive Director or Historian: $10 pp or $100 minimum. 15 person maximum.
A guide-led experience through the home of Ezra Weston II (“King Caesar”), Duxbury’s largest shipbuilder and business tycoon. The historic rooms are furnished with antiques and maritime treasures exemplifying Duxbury’s boom during the shipbuilding era. View the two parlors with their extraordinary block-printed wallpapers. An introductory video is available and you can stroll the grounds and gardens, including the remnants of King Caesar’s wharf, now called Bumpus Park.
Private Tour with Guide: $8 pp or $35 minimum. 15 person maximum per tour guide; $20 for each additional tour guide required. Member rates available.
Private Tour with Executive Director or Historian: $10 pp or $100 minimum. 15 person maximum.
You provide the small bus or mini-coach, we provide the tour guide! An exciting adventure through the historic and scenic spots in Duxbury, tailored to your needs and seasonal availability.
Private Tour with Tour Guide: $100 flat fee, for two tour guides.
Join DRHS Archivist & Historian, Carolyn Ravenscroft, on an exploration of Old Burying Ground or Mayflower Cemetery. Old Burying Ground is the oldest continuously-maintained cemetery in the U.S. and is the resting place of some Pilgrim settlers, including Myles Standish. Mayflower Cemetery, with its first grave dating to 1787, is the largest cemetery in Duxbury and contains many interesting Duxbury stories.
Private Tour with Historian: $10 pp or $100 minimum. 15 person maximum.
Hosted at the Drew Archival Library or Nathaniel Winsor Jr. House, DRHS Archivist & Historian Carolyn Ravenscroft can present programs and lectures on a variety of topics, including:
19th Century Spinsterhood * Abolition * The Bluefish River * Book Club, The Invention of Wings * Civil War Nursing * The Bradford Family Archives * Duxbury History.
Private Program with Historian: $10 pp or $100 minimum. 30 person maximum.
For more information or to book a tour, please contact 781-934-6106 or email Carly, firstname.lastname@example.org.