The Patton Homestead






































Now owned and Operated by the Town of Hamilton, the Patton Homestead, was home to the Patton family for over 90 years, including two great American generals – General George S. Patton Jr. and his son Major General George S. Patton IV. It is a nationally significant historic property where families, the community and Veterans can enrich their lives through cultural events, seasonal festivals, educational programming, Veterans’ gatherings, private events and retreats.

The Patton Homestead is open to the public for recreation, positive community engagement and gatherings year-round. The grounds offer an idyllic setting for any special occasion, so please reach out for availability. The property also offers access to the Ipswich River and neighboring Essex County Greenbelt trails. Parking is available free of charge in the Lower, gravel lot.

Click here for a Virtual Tour

Holly Erickson, Director
As a representative for the Town, Holly manages day to day property needs along with public and private event needs. Have an idea for educational or cultural programming? Please reach out to Holly here or click here to inquire about a private rental


The home itself it is primarily occupied by Inc.Ubate Coworking, the Wenham Museum’s Patton Family Archive and the Historical Society. Please scroll down for details about these impressive organizations.


Fall Music Festival lineup COMING SOON!

August 2nd and September 6th – Hamilton Wenham Book Club at the Patton Homestead

***Join HW Public Library for the Summer Book Club the first Tuesday of each month from 3-4pm.

Friends of the Patton Homestead

Please visit www.pattonhomestead.org to learn more about the Friends of the Patton Homestead, formerly known as Patton Homestead, Inc.

Patton Archives, Operated by the Wenham Museum
Carol Mori, Archivist
Click here for the Wenham Museum to schedule tours of the Patton Family Archives
Hamilton Historical Society
The Hamilton Historical Society is housed in the north wing of the Patton Homestead.

Click here for the Hamilton Historical Society access and information.

Inc.Ubate Coworking
Click Here to learn more about Inc.Ubate Coworking
Address & Hours
650 Asbury Street
Hamilton, MA 01982
The grounds are open sunrise to sunset for public recreation, unless closed for a private function.


Give a donation of any amount to support the Friends of the Patton Homestead!

In providing educational and cultural opportunities for our community, preserve this unique history, and to honor veterans. 


Friends of the Patton Homestead Board of Directors  – pattonhomestead.org

  • Marc Johnson, President
  • Derek Smith, Treasurer
  • Deborah Lannon
  • Paul Cancelliere
  • Susan Shelby
  • Leandra DeFeo
  • Paul Cancelliere
  • Andrew Donaldson

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