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Baptist Meeting House

The Baptist Meeting House

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The Southwick Baptist Meeting House (c. 1822)

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The Baptist Meeting House was brought to Storrowton Village from neighboring Southwick, Massachusetts in 1930. Like several other structures on the museum grounds, it received many modifications. In this case, these changes were made to represent a New England townhouse, which included moving the tower and the bell from the end of the building to the middle during its reconstruction. In 1957, further alterations were made to join the Baptist Meeting House to the Atkinson Tavern, already operating as Storrowton Tavern. This doubled the size of the restaurant and allowed for more private events and celebrations to be held inside.
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