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Harlow Old Fort House

119 Sandwich St, Plymouth, MA 02360-2420
+1 508-746-0012
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Personalized look at life in the later 1600s

A lot of folks visit Plimoth Plantation to learn of life in the colony in 1624. This house depicts... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
aps_73
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Plymouth, Massachusetts
a great example of early early colonial life

This old house is a magnet for cool historical stuff, like the FlipFest, a sampling of... read more

Reviewed 25 February 2016
FoodiePilgrim
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Plymouth, Massachusetts
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Built in 1677, this wooden house now hosts demonstrations of 17th-century household practices like spinning and weaving.
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1 week ago
“Personalized look at life in the later 1600s”
25 Feb 2016
“a great example of early early colonial life”
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119 Sandwich St, Plymouth, MA 02360-2420
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A lot of folks visit Plimoth Plantation to learn of life in the colony in 1624. This house depicts living 50 years later. Hours are limited. Last year it was open only on Tuesdays from June through August and will presumably be the same in...More

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Reviewed 25 February 2016

This old house is a magnet for cool historical stuff, like the FlipFest, a sampling of colonial-style ale, rum, molasses, and a red-hot poker...what's not to like?

Thank FoodiePilgrim
Reviewed 30 June 2015

A gem of a find on Sandwich Street in Plymouth.Go on a Tuesday when the house is open and friendly interpreters will give you a house tour and explain how life was for the Harlow family in 1677. There is a small gift shop. Allow...More

Thank HartfordOwl
Reviewed 5 January 2012

The Harlows built this little home and Harlows continued to live in it until the early 20th century. In fact, they hold a family reunion here every summer. It is a little off the beaten path, but still on the main road (Route 3A). If...More

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