Richard Sparrow House
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Richard Sparrow House information
Plymouth's oldest house was built by one of the original Pilgrim settlers in 1640. Today there is a small art gallery in the more recent addition, while the oldest, original part of the house is maintained to 17th-century standards as a small museum.