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Historic New England Hamilton House, South Berwick

(4.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
Historic New England Hamilton House is located in South Berwick. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Historic New England Hamilton House by using our South Berwick holiday planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • Walked the paths with dog on leash. Met some sweet fur-babies along the way. Can't help but be happy at such a beautiful place. Couldn't take the path to the house but drove over there. Had a great ti...  more »
  • My visit to Hamilton House was part of a larger adventure of seeing many historic homes in New England. In many ways this sets the standard for reviews of other homes I’ve seen. Built on a bluff overl...  more »
  • The venue was wonderful set on hill overlooking salmon river. Gardens were beautiful. Great spot to enjoy a wonderful event.  more »
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  • I have visited this beautiful site many times. It is a pleasure to enjoy the views, the house, and the grounds!
  • Beautiful grounds; lovely place for a wedding or to take in a concert.
  • Beautiful property!
  • This historic home is beautifully sited on the Salmon Falls River. It overlooks the gorgeous Vaughn Woods. After touring the house it's a short drive to Vaughan Woods which features a lovely walk through the woods with many beautiful views of the river and of the Hamilton House. It's a spiritually transporting experience.
  • Wonderful garden, lovingly restored, thank you Historic New England!