Did you know that our Nathaniel Winsor Jr. House is open year round to visitors?
Acquired by the DRHS in 1997 through a community fundraising effort, the Nathaniel Winsor, Jr. House is perhaps the most architecturally significant building in Duxbury. Serving today as the DRHS’s headquarters, the building houses our administrative offices and is typically used for educational programs, special events and meetings. The first floor is open to the public, handicap accessible, free of charge, and is self-touring.
Now with our self-guided cell phone audio tour to help guide you through the first floor spaces, you’ll be able to learn about the Winsors that built the house, the generations that inherited the house, and about it’s time as a popular bed and breakfast.
Come and experience the Nathaniel Winsor, Jr. House in a whole new way!
Know Before You Go: We are a small staff and occasionally step out for other business; we encourage you to call ahead at 781-934-6106. Face coverings are required for all unvaccinated staff and visitors; masks are still preferred for the general public.
Thank you to the Safe Foundation for their generous funding of this project!