Tour a Watertown Home that Dates Back to 1772 with the Historical Society

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Charlie Breitrose The Edmund Fowle House during the re-enactment of the reading of the Declaration of Independence which took place in 1776.

Tour one of Watertown’s oldest homes during the March Historical Society of Watertown event.

The Historical Society of Watertown will be giving its March Sunday tours at the Edmund Fowle House, 28 Marshall Street, Watertown, MA  02472, on the last Sunday of the month  which is March 26 from 1 to 4 p.m. with the last tour at 3:15 p.m.  Admission:  $5 for adults; $2 for students and seniors

Dating back to 1772, the Fowle House was the locations for some historic events. In 1775 it became the seat of government for the Provincial Congress, and was the location of the first treaty signing after the United States gained Independence. Now the Fowle House is the headquarters of the Historical society.

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