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This house, and the Thacher house located next door (but not open to the public) are both owned by Historic New England (SPNEA). Originally located in West Barnstable, the house was moved to its present location in 1936 by Mary Thacher, an avid collector of antiques. Miss Thacher used the house as a backdrop for her collection of colonial furniture, hooked rugs, ceramics, pewter and other decorative arts.

HOURS
June 1 to October 15 - open the second and fourth Saturday of each month with tours
11:00 am 5:00 pm.

ADMISSION
$4.00 for adults. (Historic New England and Yarmouth residents, admission free).

DIRECTIONS
Take Route 6 to exit 7. Turn right onto Willow Street and right onto Route 6A.  The Winslow Crocker House is on the left, just beyond the Yarmouth Port Post Office.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Check out the Historic New England site at http://www.historicnewengland.org/historic-properties/homes/winslow-crocker-house 

 

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The Historical Society of Old Yarmouth, PO Box 11, Yarmouth Port, MA 02675