We will take a private tour of three historic buildings Hingham Square. They’re all within walking distance, and weather and time permitting, we’ll see a number of others as we make our way through Hingham’s downtown.
The Old Ordinary
Since 1688, the Old Ordinary has been an inn, a tavern, a private home, and—since 1921—a house museum owned by the Hingham Historical Society.
Old Derby Academy
An imposing federal-style building, Old Derby Academy was a schoolhouse from 1818 to 1967. After restoration and construction of an addition, it reopened in the summer of 2017 as the Hingham Heritage Museum, offering both rotating and permanent exhibits and housing the Society’s archives.
Old Ship Church
Hingham’s First Parish, Unitarian Universalist, long called Old Ship Church, dates from 1681; it is the last surviving Puritan meetinghouse in New England.
This tour can accommodate a maximum of: TBD.
Our thanks to Paula Bagger, Vice President of the Hingham Historical Society and her colleagues on the board for making this tour possible.
September 15 from 10 am until around 1 pm.
We will start at: TBD.