1678 Nye Homestead

An historic Cape Cod house museum

 Open June 23rd to Oct 15th.  Tuesday – Saturday, 11-4. 

On peaceful Old County Rd. East Sandwich, MA on historic Cape Cod

$5.00 admission. Children under 12 are free. Members’ off-season tours: 508-888-4213

Go to the Members page to sign up and/or see the advantages of membership.

Members get a 10% discount on all purchases at our Online Shop

Next Grange Hall History Talk is on Sun, April 14, 2019,  2:00pm – 3:30pm  -  Speaker John Cullity –“ Two Taverns of Cedarville“  Click here for more info.

Mark Saturday June 15, 2019 on your calendars as it is our Annual Open House

more information to follow soon.

Visit the Benjamin Nye Homestead & Museum, built in 1678 by one of the earliest settlers of Sandwich, Massachusetts. Located in a rural setting with marsh views and mill stream, the Nye Homestead and Museum is a fine example of a timber frame home in colonial America.

With rooms restored to different eras, the Nye Homestead & Museum is furnished with interesting antiques from the colonial period into the 19th century. Adjacent to the homestead are the 1889 East Sandwich Grange Hall and the 1858 mill site, our current restoration project. Your donation will help us preserve and complete this……… thank you!

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Visit our Online Gift Shop where you will find Cape Cod, Nye, Seafaring books and other regional and historic artifacts and books,

For a quick tour of our Homestead click on the picture .

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The Benjamin Nye Homestead & Museum is an historic preservation project of the the Nye Family of America Association, Inc. a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. We are affiliated with the organizations listed below:

Benjamin Nye Homestead 

P.O. Box 134

85 Old County Road 

East Sandwich, MA 02537 

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