The Narbonne House was built in 1675 for butcher Thomas Ives. It is a remarkable example of a middle-class family home of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Visiting the Narbonne House
The Narbonne House open by tour only. Click here to visit our tour page.
The Northeast Museum Services Center Archaeology Blog
The National Park Service's Northeast Museum Services Center provides support for the museum collections in the National Park Services' northeast region. The archaeologists, curators, archivists, and conservators at the center assist staff at the National Park Service sites to document, properly store, and repair objects that are on display in the historic buildings and galleries, or stored at the parks for study. During a recent project to rehouse the over 150,000 artifacts found in the Narbonne House backyard, the staff in the archaeology lab blogged about some of the amazing artifacts they found in the collection.
Last updated: January 17, 2018