Bare Cove Fire Museum

45 Bare Cove Park Drive, Hingham
(781) 749-0028


Bare Cove Fire Museum

Located in the last munitions filling station of the former Hingham Ammunition Depot, documents and photographs from the earliest years in Hingham give a picture of what every small town went through to put out fires and save lives. On display are leather buckets, wooden hand tubs, and motorized trucks that showcase the
development of firefighting in New England.

Open every Wednesday night at 7:30. 

The public is invited to tour the museum for free.

Bare Cove Fire Museum built in the 1680’s.

Bare Cove Fire Museum

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Bare Cove Fire Museum 42.237453, -70.908163



Old Ordinary

21 Lincoln Street, Hingham
(781) 749-0013

Hingham Historical Society

Built in the 1680′s, with later additions, this house museum was operated as an “ordinary” or tavern serving an “ordinary meal of the day.” Its 14 rooms contain an extensive collection of 17th, 18th and 19th century furnishings, tools, and local artifacts. Periodic special exhibits display additional pieces from Historical Society and member collections.

Adults $5, Children under 12 $3, The Hingham Historical Society and Heritage Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, 11 to 3, year round, or by special appointment.  The Archives are open by appointment.  Old Ordinary opens for the season in spring.  


The Ordinary

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The Ordinary 42.243548, -70.891984