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Bourne, Massachusetts 02532
Aptucxet Trading Post may have the earliest remains of a Pilgrim building. The known facts present a fascinating story, not only of an antique building but also of Bourne's participation in 17th-century events.
The structure existing today is a replica erected on the original foundation which was archaeologically excavated in the 1920's, and is surrounded by 12 acres of recreational land.
Did you know?
The Aptucxet Trading Post may have the earliest remains of a Pilgrim building.The Aptucxet Trading Post structure existing today is a replica erected on the original foundation which was archaeologically excavated in the 1920′s, and is surrounded by 12 acresof recreational land. There is a wildflower garden on the grounds at the Aptucxet Trading Post Museum Complex.
Aptucxet Trading Post Museum Complex is open Memorial Day Weekend through Columbus Day Weekend. May 27- Oct. 8, 2016
- Open Tuesday through Saturday
- Hours: Memorial Day Weekend & June 11AM-3PM, July 11 AM-4PM, August 11AM-4PM, September – Saturday of Columbus Day Week-end 11AM-3PM
- Closed Sunday and Monday
- Open by appointment for bus tours and school groups in May and October 508-759-9487 (after Columbus Day).
The Bourne Historical Society, Inc., is a not-for-profit organization. The charge for admission to the Aptucxet Trading Post Museum and its grounds are:
|Seniors and AAA and Educators||$4.00|
|Groups of 10+||$4.00|
Special rates are available for students and pre-arranged group tours 508-759-9487. We have a turnaround for buses to drop visitors off at the Trading Post, with a parking area near the Trading Post Gift Shop.