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September 3, 2015
We’re back! After several years of dormancy, we have a web presence again! In addition, you can still like us on Facebook!. And, we’re still open Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. from May through November, and the rest of the year by appointment. Come visit us!

October 22, 2009
Attention Teachers: Governor Stephen Hopkins would like to visit your classroom and share with your students a look at 18th century America and the second Continental Congress. The program is interactive. Students will be given questions to ask and will be invited to sign the Declaration of Independence. The program is about 25 minutes long and is absolutely free of charge!

For more information, please call Kathleen Anderson at 401-751-1008 or email keha2@aol.com

January 1, 2009
Welcome back after a very sucessful celebration on March 10th 2007! There are a few updates with the coming of the new year, most importantly our visiting hours:

The Governor Stephen Hopkins House is open for tours Fridays and Saturdays from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. between May 1 and October 31.

Tours can also be arranged by appointment by calling 401-421-0694.

We welcome families, students, preservationists, scholars and all those interested in our colonial heritage.

A $3 donation is recommended.

Happy 300th! – April 22, 2007
The parade and festivities in honor of Govenor Stephen Hopkins’ 300th birthday was a major success. We now have a gallery where you can view videos and pictures from that day of celebration.

Visit us! – April 1, 2007
The Governor Stephen Hopkins House is open for tours Fridays and Saturdays from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. between May 1 and October 31.

Tours can also be arranged by appointment by calling 401-421-0694.

The Governor Stephen Hopkins House is located at 15 Hopkins Street, Providence, RI 02903 on the corner of Hopkins and Benefit Streets.

We welcome families, students, preservationists, scholars and all those interested in our colonial heritage.

There is no admission charge, but a donation of $3 is recommended.

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