Codman Rd., Lincoln (781) 259.8843
The original 18th century house was greatly enlarged over more than 200 years that it was the home of the Codman family. As a result, it traces history through several architectural styles from Georgian to Victorian and Colonial Revival. The grounds are landscaped in the style of an English country estate with perennial and Italian gardens.
Decordova Museum & Sculpture Park
51 Sandy Pond Rd., Lincoln (781) 259.8355
The Decordova Museum is located on 35 acres of park land overlooking Flints’ Pond, providing a magnificent setting for 50 outdoor sculptures. The park is also the site of a summer series of jazz concerts.
Drumlin Farm Educational Center
South Great Rd., Lincoln (781) 259.9807
Audubon Shop (781) 259.9661
Mass. Audubon Society (781) 259.9500
Located in Lincoln on 180 acres of pastures, fields, woodlands, and ponds, Drumlin Farm is a Massachusetts Audubon Society wildlife sanctuary and education center.
68 Baker Bridge Rd., Lincoln (781) 259.8098
This family house is also the first house in America designed by William Gropius, father of the Bauhaus School of Architecture. Gropius is said to have been one of the most influential and innovative 20th century architects. The house was built with supplies from catalogues and building supply stores using the principles of the Bauhaus school and New England architectural traditions.