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 Freetown Historical Society
1 Slab Bridge Road  Assonet, MA 02702   
(508) 644-5310  freetownmuseum@gmail.com

        
The Freetown Historical Society was founded in 1968 by a group of citizens who felt the need to preserve and protect the history of Freetown and the surrounding communities. Since that time, the museum has grown from the original building, which was only about half of what the building is today, to include the ten buildings and over eleven acres of land we have today. This growth has been possible through generous financial donations and the dedication of its members.

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Museum Hours
Mondays
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
The Museum is open during the winter months, weather permitting. Please call ahead if there is inclement weather and you are planning to visit.

Sundays
in July & August
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Admission is free!

Photo Gallery
 

The Freetown Historical Society is moving into the 21st century! Follow us on Twitter @freetownmuseum, on Instagram at freetownmuseum, as well as on Facebook at Freetown Historical Society.

Group visits can be accommodated any day the museum is not regularly open. To make an appointment for a group visit, please contact the museum at (508) 644-5310 or by email  freetownmuseum@gmail.com.



 

The Freetown Historical Society expresses its gratitude to the
Grimshaw-Gudewicz Foundation for its generosity and kind support in many of our endeavors.