The Burwell School Historic Site is a two-acre property, which contains the Burwell residence (ca. 1821, 1848), the original brick classroom building of Robert and Margaret Anna Burwell’s Academy for Young Ladies (ca.1837), and a rare brick Necessary House (ca. 1837). It thrives as a place of learning, offering self-guided tours Wednesday - Sunday, guided tours, Sat & Sun and children’s educational programs. It also serves as a community gathering place, hosting lectures, exhibits, concerts, special events, and readings for the Hillsborough Literary Association. The Burwell School Historic Site is open to the public. NOTICE: The Burwell School closes for winter break annually from mid December through the end of January. Check website for exact dates. Summer hours: Wednesday - Saturday 11am-4pm and Sunday 1-4pm.
- Parking Information: Limited parking on-site
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- Admission Information: Free, but donations are welcome $5 - $10. There may be a charge for special events
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