AAA Editor Notes
Historic 1699 Winslow House & Cultural Center, 634 Careswell St., was home to the founding family of Marshfield. Considered avant-garde when it was built in 1699, the South Shore mansion was the residence of Judge Isaac Winslow, the grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Winslow, who served as a governor of Plymouth Colony.
The house contains 18th-century furniture. On the grounds are the Daniel Webster Law Office, an 18th-century carriage shed and a blacksmith shop.
Guided tours are available.