Strawbery Banke, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is an outdoor history museum consisting of 10 square acres of meticulously restored houses and shops, period gardens, and costumed role players.
(And no, that's not a typo - just one "r" in "Strawbery.")
The area was originally named by British settlers in 1630 for the wild berries growing there, and it is one of America's oldest continuously occupied neighborhoods.
Strawbery Banke also offers summer camps for kids ages 6-16; click here
The expanded Tyco Visitors Center is open during the Strawbery Banke Museum season (May 1 through October 31), 7 days a week from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm. Amenities include the welcome/ticket desk, orientation film and greeter, expanded lecture hall, ADA-compliant restrooms, and The White Apron Café at Strawbery Banke.
Deals & Steals Alert! As a Blue Star Museum, Strawbery Banke offers free admission at all times to active-duty military members and their families.