A guide-led experience through the home of Ezra Weston II (“King Caesar”), Duxbury’s largest shipbuilder, furnished with antiques and maritime treasures exemplifying Duxbury’s shipbuilding era. Introductory video is available. Stroll the grounds, including the remnants of King Caesar’s wharf, now called Bumpus Park. Introductory video available; family treasure hunts are offered. More information on the house available at: http://duxburyhistory.org/historic-houses/king-caesar-house/.
View the newly installed first floor bedchamber and see King Caesar’s Counting Rooms, now installed in the Potter Gallery. Caesar’s Counting Rooms were the heart of his business and an important addition to the historic house experience.
The King Caesar House is not handicap accessible; there are uneven pathways as well as entry stairs. Accommodations can be made to give the tours on the first floor only. Parking for King Caesar House is available in the house’s driveway or along the water side of King Caesar Road. If you park in the driveway, please be sure to keep accessibility clear as this is a drive shared with neighbors. Thank you!
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