Stanley-Whitman House was built circa 1720 and is the oldest of its kind in the town. This living history museum complete with its period furnishings and artifacts gives an insight into the lives of the Colonial New England settlers. The interactive sessions, exhibits and classes make it an interesting visit to this museum. This designated historic landmark highlights two timelines in different parts of the house. The first period is from 1725-1735 when the Smiths were the occupants of the house and the second zone is from 1736-1772 when the Whitmans resided here. Though both families were Puritans and successful, their lifestyles did differ from each other. If you love history, then this is a must visit.