About the Macy-Colby House
Come Visit This Historic House
The Macy-Colby House is an 18th-century early-American, second-period house located at 257 Main Street, in Amesbury, Massachusetts. We are opened Saturdays Memorial Day through Labor Day from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm or by appointment at 978-388-3054.
National Register of Historic Places
In 2008, the Macy-Colby House was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. As one of the oldest houses in Amesbury, Massachusetts, it was recognized as a historic landmark and therefore, shall be preserved and maintained for future generations. It joins other National Register sites in Amesbury such as Lowell's Boat Shop
, the Quaker Meetinghouse
, Rocky Hill Meetinghouse
and the John Greenleaf Whittier Home
The Macy Colby House is one of the oldest houses in Amesbury, Massachusetts. The mission of the Friends of the Macy Colby House Committee is to preserve and exhibit this 18th-century Amesbury home, to be its stewards for future generations, and to foster an appreciation for our local history.