17th Century Saturdays: June-October 2018

Join us on the first Saturday of June through October this year to celebrate the Parson Barnard House! 

  • June 2, 2018

  • July 7, 2018

  • August 4, 2018

  • September 1, 2018

  • October 6, 2018

Once again, we will be participating in Seventeenth Century Saturday by opening up this venerable property to the public, free of charge; but please consider a donation or purchase in our traveling bookshop to help support our programs.



video Celebrating the 300 year anniversary 


 Kathy Stevens & Crowell Freeman at the Parson Barnard House greeting visitors on 17th Century Saturdays.

explore the historic homes of america

Explore the historic homes of America’s “First Period” (1625-1725) during 17th Century Saturdays. Navigate these architectural treasures and discover what it was like to live in Essex County during America’s first century of European settlement. The Parson Barnard House is proud to be part of that heritage!  

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view THE HISTORIC GARDEN

We invite you to view the garden restored and maintained by the North Andover Garden Club.  

 The North Andover Garden Club have restored the Historic Gardens.
 North Andover Garden Club at the Parson Barnard House.
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 Volunteer Mercedes Majahad greets visitors at the Parson Barnard House on 17th Century Saturdays.

childrens activities in the barn

Children's activities are available on the grounds and in the barn. 

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 The  Barn  at the Parson Barnard House has been restored and is now open to the public on 17th Century Saturdays.
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 Dr. Truman playing the bagpipes on a 17th Century Saturday at the Parson Barnard House