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The Mission House

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My wife is a Stockbridge Mohican Tribal member. We were really looking forward to touch base with... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2018
Marc W
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Well kept - indigenous artifacts moved

Hey everyone, this looks like an interesting site. Didn’t have time for the tour yesterday but the... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2018
Fue_la_china
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W Mass
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Journey back in time at this Colonial-era house and museum, a National Historic Landmark that tells the story of the Stockbridge Mohicans and missionary John Sergeant.
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Main Street, Stockbridge, MA 01262-9701
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Reviewed 16 October 2018

My wife is a Stockbridge Mohican Tribal member. We were really looking forward to touch base with her heritage. Unfortunately, the Mission House is only open for tours in July & August. We didn't check! From the outside, it looks interesting and the garden (open...More

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Reviewed 23 July 2018 via mobile

Hey everyone, this looks like an interesting site. Didn’t have time for the tour yesterday but the property is beautiful. Please note that the Mohican artifacts have been returned to and are located with the tribe in WI, which is the right place. The Mission...More

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Reviewed 28 August 2017

I love history and especially the history of western MA. This was a disappointing list as the viewing felt awkward to us.The docent was not particularly knowledgable or welcoming.She disagreed with a local woman's interpretation of the history( this woman lived in town and was...More

4  Thank Bellaluna64
Reviewed 7 August 2017

We were too early (9am) to check out the inside of the house but that was okay. A short walk around the buildings and little garden was worth it. Pair this up with a visit to Naumkeag (it is just down the street).

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Reviewed 6 August 2017

We were lucky enough to be visiting Stockbridge on a Saturday in August when the Mission House was open. We were also lucky to have Dan? as our guide. He was very informative and very entertaining. We are members of the Trustees, but the admission...More

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Reviewed 13 July 2017

I saw this house as part of the Stockbridge Christmas House tours. This was such a lovely walk through a time when life was more simple. The Mission house reminds me how life can be less complicated and beautiful - I enjoyed the tour very...More

Thank Jill F
Reviewed 24 May 2017

We wanted to visit this home as part of our visit to the National Shrine of the Divine Mercy. This is the home of John Sergeant, a Protestant missionary to the Native Americans. This home was originally located on Eden Hill, the location of the...More

Thank wonderwoman63
Reviewed 22 May 2016

It was nice to see the effort Mable Choate put into restoring this historic colonial house even if all the details are not historically accurate.

2  Thank Zarifa625
Reviewed 20 May 2016

If you are interested in local Stockbridge history this is a must see. Stockbridge was a Mohican Indian settlement. John Sergeant was the first missionary to come to the Indians in the area. Mission House was the home of John Sergeant and his wife, Abigail....More

3  Thank rmpaul1
Reviewed 10 October 2015

Not a large site, nor entirely historically accurate, but the house and small associated museum offer interesting information about the white settlement of the area. Well worth a visit if it is open when you are passing.

2  Thank John P
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