Visit Weeks Brick House
Things to Know Before You Go
The 1710 Weeks Brick House, while it is a precious architectural relic listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is not open for regularly-scheduled tours. The house is open for tours during the Weeks Brick House Annual Meeting in late summer. Interpretive architectural tours of the exterior are available to small groups by appointment.
New self-guided tours: The Visitor’s Guide to the Weeks Brick House & Gardens
Hot off the press is the publication of The Vistor’s Guide to the Weeks Brick House & Gardens. Because the 1710 brick house continues to be a home and is not open for public visitation, this book serves the desire of architecture/history enthusiasts and Weeks descendants alike for an authoritative self-guided tour of exterior and interior features. Illustrated with maps, diagrams, and photos, the information-packed 64-page soft-cover book also includes summaries of early Weeks family geneaology and early Greenland history, as well as self-guided tours of the Colonial-era herb gardens and the walking trails on our conservation land. Authored by museum professional, WBH board member, and Leonard Weeks descendant R. W. Bacon, the book is available from the publisher through the WBH website. The cost is $16.00, which includes book-rate shipping in the U.S. For information about the book and how you can order your copy, simply click here.
Parking for the Hiking Trails
The parking lot for the hiking trails on the Weeks Brick House conservation land is located off Tide Mill Road, several hundred yards past the turnoff to Weeks Avenue and the driveway to the Weeks Brick House. The unpaved parking area is on the left. The trail entrance adjoins the parking lot. For a detailed Trail Map, click here. To take the audio tour as you walk the trails, click here.
Directions to the Weeks Brick House
From the Manchester, N.H. area: Take Rte. 101 East to Exit 11 in Stratham, and then take a left. Follow Rte. 33 North through Stratham and into Greenland. Just past the Cumberland Farms store and the post office on the right, you will see the Weeks Brick House set back from the road on the left. Just beyond, take a left on Tide Mill Road toward the red house set back from the street. Then take an immediate left onto Weeks Avenue (currently unmarked). For events at the house, go into the driveway, pass the back of the house, and park in the field.
Visiting the gardens at the Weeks Brick House
Click here to view or print a high-resolution PDF of the 1977 garden plan by Ann Leighton (Isadore Smith) and Katharine C. Weeks.
Generations of history nestled in beautiful Greenland New Hampshire.
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Weeks Ave. • Off Rte. 33. • Greenland, NH