Historical Society Leading Tours of 1772 Edmund Fowle House

Edmund Fowle House, home of the Historical Society of Watertown.

Tour one of the oldest and most historically significant houses in Watertown.

The Historical Society of Watertown will lead tours of the house where the United State’s first treaty with a foreign power was signed and where the Declaration of Independence was first read in Massachusetts.

The group sent out the following information:

On Sunday, January 19, 2020 the Historical Society of Watertown will host Historic House Tour and Exhibits.

Tours of the 1772 Edmund Fowle House, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., January 19, 2020, 28 Marshall Street, Watertown. Hosted by the Historical Society of Watertown with the last tour at 3:15 p.m.

Adults: $5; Students/Seniors: $3. Visitors can also view the exhibit on “Franklin Jones, Watertown Artist.” For more information: www.HistoricalSocietyofWatertownMA.org.

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