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Jabez Howland House

jabez howland house

Jabez Howland House

Jabez Howland House is an historic home named after a decedent of Mayflower passengers, and now operates as a museum.

Jabez Howland House

33 Sandwich St
Plymouth, MA 02360  
Tel: 508.746.9590
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jabez howland house


Jabez Howland House is an historic home named after Jabez Howland, a decedent of Mayflower passengers and 2 of the original Pilgrims, John and Elizabeth Howland. The oldest portion of the home was built in 1667 and was owned as a private residence until 1915. The home was restored to its original 17th century grandeur in the 1940s and is decorated with period furnishings. The home now operates as a museum.