Historical Fairhaven Center Walking Tour

Historical Fairhaven Center Walking Tour
Saturday, September 25, 1:00 p.m.
Starts at Leonard E. Pierce Memorial Park
corner of South and Fort Streets, Fairhaven, MA

The tour highlights interesting bits of history and relates stories of past personalities such as Capt. Alexander Winsor, Henry H. Rogers, Warren Delano II and others. You’ll learn about houses that have moved from place to place and which church is only half as tall as it used to be. You’ll find out what was in the center before Henry H. Rogers built his buildings there. If you don’t know which house was filmed for a 1921 classic silent movie starring Clara Bow or if you’d like to know who “the richest man in town” was when Henry H. Rogers was just a newborn, you will want to walk along on this tour.

This walk is different from the regularly scheduled Henry H. Rogers tours given in the summer and fall. It  will last about 90 minutes. It is free of charge. In the event of rain the tour will be canceled.

To get to Leonard E. Pierce Memorial Park from Route 6, turn south on Main Street at Fairhaven High School. Take the sixth left, South Street, just after passing Margaret’s Restaurant. The small park is on the left.

For more information, call 508-979-4085 or email FairhavenTours@fairhaven-ma.com. The Fairhaven Office of Tourism is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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