Founded in 1640, Marshfield is one of the oldest towns on the South Shore and home to many historical sites and landmarks.
The Daniel Webster Estate
This lovely estate named “Green Harbor” was the country home of the famous orator and statesman Daniel Webster until his death in 1852. The estate has gone through a number of changes over the years. Much of the land has been sold and the property now consists of 14 acres of lawns and beautiful woodlands.
Presently, the Daniel Webster Preservation Trust oversees the estate. It is available for celebrations such as weddings, special occasion parties as well corporate meetings and seminars. During the first week of December interior and floral designers work their magic and the estate is transformed into a sparkling holiday wonderland.
238 Webster St, Marshfield, MA 02050
The 1699 Historic Winslow House
The ancestral home of the founding family of Marshfield, the Winslow House is on the National Register of Historic Places. Built circa 1699, it is an example of what life was like prior to the American Revolution.
Open to the public May-Oct as a historic museum since 1920, the ancestral home also hosts a number of community events as well as private weddings and rentals.
634 Careswell St, Marshfield, MA 02050