Alden House Museum
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John Alden and Priscilla Mullins arrived in Plimoth Colony on the Mayflower in 1620 and were married about 1622. In 1627, they moved to land in Duxbury where they raised their 10 children. That land has never been out of the Alden family. Now designated a National Historic Landmark, the property…
See where the pilgrims lived.the most prominent family in Duxbury. Everyone wants to be a defendant of John & Pricilla Alden !
The John and Priscilla Alden Family Sites is a National Historic Landmark consisting of two separate properties in Duxbury, one (the museum/house) is on Alden Sweet, and one is off of Standish Shore, the latter is just a homestead marker, but a lovely view of the bay.
Remember those pilgrims who arrived in Plymouth in 1620? After weathering that tough first winter, several pilgrims made their way a few miles north to Duxbury. The Alden House shows you life how it once was for John & Priscilla Alden.