Alden House Historic Site

Alden House Historic Site
105 Alden Street
Duxbury , MA
Phone: 781-934-9092

Alden House will be opening for guided tours the week of July 7, according to state guidelines. Visitors who wish to tour the house must make a reservation in advance, wear a face mask and practice social distancing. Guided tours will be offered Wednesday through Saturday, noon to 4 pm. Admission is $8 for adults; and $5 for kids and students. Members are free. For those not able to travel, we will also be offering weekly virtual tours through Zoom. The schedule will be posted on our website at

The Alden House gift shop is open for online purchases at The Alden Kindred of America Gift Shop.

John Alden and Priscilla Mullins arrived in Plimoth Colony on the Mayflower in 1620 and were married about 1622. In 1627, they moved to land in Duxbury where they raised their 10 children. That land has never been out of the Alden family. Now designated a National Historic Landmark, the property welcomes visitors for tours of the c. 1680 Alden family home, archeological site, and grounds and offers hands-on programs that "bring history to life." 

The grounds are open year-round; a cell phone tour provides highlights of the Alden family story.