The Historic Hale House is the summertime home of Edward Everett Hale and his family. Built in 1873, it served as the family gathering place for decades and became the center of a vibrant summer colony. Learn more about the Historic Hale House.
Edward Everett Hale was a scholar, author, painter, and Unitarian Minister and was known for his activist works and his vocal support for the abolition of slavery. Learn more about Edward Everett Hale.
The Hale House was restored beginning in 2007 and opened to the public in 2010.