850 Hingham St.
Rockland, MA 02370
Phone: (781) 982-1000
Fax: (781) 982-9935
850 Hingham St., Rockland, MA, US, 02370
- Phone: (781) 982-1000
- Fax: (781) 982-9935
The Stetson House circa 1716 is probably the oldest structure in Hanover and is the home of the Hanover Historical Society. It was the residence of Samuel Stetson and his family for a century. This yellow building was where the first town meetings were held which helped in incorporating the town. Get a glimpse of this town's history through the many archives and displays. Appointments are a must to visit this museum
The Whitman Park is a monumental park site in the Whitman region of the U.S. State of Massachusetts. The park site dates back to the 1880s era, and it is equipped with modern amenities like swimming pool, basketball courts and so forth.
The Old Ship Church is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Hingham. Built in 1681, it is one of the oldest establishments in the country to be in continuous use as a place of worship. Its English Gothic exterior houses a ceiling made of wooden beams that resemble an inverted sailing ship from where it gets its name. This church and meeting house is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Thayer Public Library is named in the honor of its generous founder, General Sylvanus Thayer and was dedicated and opened to general public in 1874. This modern library has an encompassing collection comprising books, DVDs, music CDs, and audio books. It was incorporate in the National Registrar of Historic Places in 1978.
Built in 1720 by local resident, Nathaniel Thayer, the Gen. Sylvanus Thayer House is located on Washington Street. The place of birth for 'Father of West Point', General Sylvanus Thayer, the private home plays a key role in cultural aspects of the community. Now operated and maintained by Braintree Historical Society, the site functions as Thayer House Museum which provides interesting insights into the 18th Century lives of Braintree, MA.
Roberts School is a historic schoolhouse built in the Italianate style of architecture. Previously used as a school, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places because of its rich past. Currently the school building houses the Holbrook Historical Society.
The Randolph area in Massachusetts is home to a historically-significant establishment called the Jonathan Belcher House. Today, the historic house is a perfect venue for weddings, meetings, receptions, birthday parties, baby showers, and more. Spanning over an area of 0.8 acres (0.32 hectares), the house signifies the Federal style of architecture and was constructed in 1806. More than two centuries old, the house is a monumental site and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
Built in the year 1902, the Snow Fountain and Clock is a clock that is located on a triangular island. The base that features a fountain and made up of granite is a place that people of the city would quench their thirst. Also little effigies of a dog and a cat, with a bowl are placed at the foot level for each. This beautiful was clock was thr pride of the city and was listed on the register of NAtional Historic Places in the year 1978.
Cohasset Central Cemetery is the final resting place of many early Cohasset inhabitants. The burials date back to the 1700s. The earliest section of the cemetery is situated in its Old Slates area.
The eminent First Trinitarian Congregational Church is a distinguished congregational church site located at Scituate in Massachusetts. The historic church site was constructed in 1826 and stands as a fine example of the Classical Revival style of architecture. It continues to occupy monumental significance over the passing centuries and it is also incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places.
Installed in 1928, the Paragon Carousel is the only extant attraction from the Paragon Park. Its a testimony to the period, when Hull was a flourishing summer holiday spot. Carved horses, splendid chariots, cherubs, goddesses as well as beautiful paintings make for a lovely carousel. The Paragon Carousel has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1999.
Nantasket Beach is a popular beach destination in the town of Hull. Being one of the most visited beaches in the area, it will mostly be crowded and parking can be problematic. Visit the beach on weekdays in the evening if you wish to avoid the crowd. There are plenty of recreational activities available at the beach like surfing and swimming, and if you wish to stay away from the water, play volleyball at the beach or relax near any of the food stalls. One can easily find some good dining and accommodation options nearby too.