Home to the Scituate Historical Society, The Little Red School House was the town's original high school. Today the School House houses family records, maps, and other resources for the local historian. Visit the gift shop there is you are ever visiting Scituate.
The building once had a widow's walk which the Society hopes to recreate this year.
In this image, Mrs. Laidlaw is climbing the ladder to the top of Scituate Light.
A near mint collection of lighthouse door stops is on display at the Schoolhouse.
A grain chest from the Stockbridge Grist MIll; considered so rare it was on display at the Museum of Fine Arts as an example of colonial life for many years.
These are the buildings managed by the Society on behalf of the Town
These are the buildings the Society owns and manages.
This window was installed in the renovation of the Schoolhouse that took place in 2010. It was originally a window at the Gates School.
These are just a portion of the genealogical records the Society holds for researchers.
Aldie and Olga Finney donated this amazing collection of carved ducks.
A Lighthouse model second to none can be found in the Maritime room of the Little Red Schoolhouse
Another view of the Grain Chest that once graced the Museum of Fine Arts. It rests in front of a brilliant view of the Grist Mill.
A Dreamwold adding machine.
Front Street of lore provides a mural.