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Adams-Clark House

The house is set at an acute perpendicular angle to West Main Street with its left front corner abutting the side walk on a deep level lot. This house (according to Historian Henry M.


Camp Denison Conservation Area is forty-four acres of conservation land located in the Town of Georgetown, MA.

Hazen-Kimball-Aldrich House

Significance: This house possesses integrity of design, location, materials, and workmanship as architecturally representative of First Period building technology in Eastern MA.

Ingraham Christmas Tree Farm

A designated tree farm that allows you to choose and cut your own Christmas trees.

The Captain Samuel Brocklebank Museum (photo by F. C. Detwiller)

The Captain Samuel Brocklebank house was built in the late 1600s.

Thurston - Spofford House

Significance: Architecturally, this is a center-chimney five-bay house in the Georgian vernacular which retains its original narrow windows.

Wheeler Brook Farm

Wheeler Brooke farm offers a wide assortment of fruits and vegetables, including pick your own. Also hay and straw.