Welcome

The Alden House Historic Site, and the property upon which it rests, are part of the original land grant given to John and Priscilla Alden in 1627. Designated a National Historic Landmark in 2008, the house is an important piece of American history that provides visitors with an intimate look at one of America’s founding families.

Alden Building Campaign

The Center for Living History will share the story of America’s beginnings through the lens of the Alden family with exciting exhibits and education programs in a state-of-art facility.

Alden Archaeology

Explore the Alden First Site, the Duxbury, Massachusetts, home of Mayflower passengers John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden and their ten children.  This is where the couple built their main home, raised their family, and helped found the town of Duxbury.

Welcome

The Alden House Historic Site, and the property upon which it rests, are part of the original land grant given to John and Priscilla Alden in 1627. Designated a National Historic Landmark in 2008, the house is an important piece of American history that provides visitors with an intimate look at one of America’s founding families.

Alden Building Campaign

The Center for Living History will share the story of America’s beginnings through the lens of the Alden family with exciting exhibits and education programs in a state-of-art facility.

Alden Archaeology

Explore the Alden First Site, the Duxbury, Massachusetts, home of Mayflower passengers John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden and their ten children.  This is where the couple built their main home, raised their family, and helped found the town of Duxbury.

Speak for Thyself Awards Dinner

Speak for Thyself Awards Dinner

The 17th Speak for Thyself Awards on May 15 will recognize Pauline Kezer, Susie Caliendo and Pat Dowd who, in the spirit of Mayflower passenger Priscilla Mullins Alden, have led the way to promote extraordinary outcomes in their communities by speaking on behalf of themselves and others as pioneers, advocates, and leaders.

Alden Kindred Awarded $200,000 State Grant

Alden Kindred Awarded $200,000 State Grant

The Alden Kindred of America proudly announces that it has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Facilities Fund to help construct the Center for Living History at the Alden House Historic Site.

Genealogy

The Alden Kindred of America has been forging connections with Mayflower passengers John Alden and Priscilla Mullins for over 100 years. During that time we have helped thousands of families engage with their heritage through the exploration of the Alden genealogy.

Become a Member

Alden Kindred of America’s (AKA) members play a unique role in history. From the stewardship of our National Historic Landmark, The Alden House Historic Site, to exploring our expansive heritage, Alden Kindred members embody Alden spirit and tradition.

Alden House Gift Shop

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