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Historic Newton

www.historicnewton.org
527 Washington Street
Newton, MA 02458
617-796-1450

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Historic Newton’s two museums inspire discovery and engagement by illuminating our community’s stories within the context of American history.

The Jackson Homestead and Museum, located in an 1809 home that was a stop on the Underground Railroad, imaginatively interprets the history of Newton, Massachusetts and the history of slavery and anti-slavery. The Historic Newton archives and rotating exhibits are also located here. The Durant-Kenrick House and Grounds, originally a 1734 farmhouse, offers fun games and hands-on activities that interpret colonial life, abolition, and the horticultural revolution. Gain insight into equality, sustainability, politics, and protest. The grounds interpret the property’s history as a nursery. ”

 

 

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Family Oriented, History, Culture & Libraries, West

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