1749 Court House And Museum reviews
Believed to be the oldest wooden courthouse in the United States, this is a nice museum that does not take long to go through. There is parking right behind the courthouse and Burial Hill is right... more »
Some interesting history as well as several artefacts are in this building. It's free and worth a quick visit. more »
Small, but good history. Free, so worth visiting!
1746 Court House Museum is a very interesting Museum with some cool relics from long ago. An article about the Sexton is interesting....."Old Sexton" of Plymouth Mass., Clement Bates, on Monday, 5th completed the fiftieth year of his official duty as ringer of the "Town Bell," having performed this labor from three to five times daily during this long period. Sweet! Restored courtroom, items from the Partying-way Settlement, town hearse, and much more are on display and free for viewing. It is the oldest wooden courthouse.
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