The Hatch Mill is one of a few remaining examples of an intact water-powered industrial property in Massachusetts
It is on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Hatch Homestead and Mill Historic District, which includes the famed Red House*. In 2004 it was on the verge of collapse when it was saved by a dedicated group of Marshfield residents.
Please see our updated (2023) History and Preservation pages.
The mill welcomes visitors on pre-scheduled tours and during open houses. Would you like a tour? Email us!
*The story of the Red House is chronicled in a book by Sarah Messer titled, “The Red House: Being a Mostly Accurate Account of New England’s Oldest Continuously Lived-in House.” It is still owned and lived in today by the Messer Family.
The Hatch Mill relies on community support to achieve its mission of restoring this historic mill. We would like to thank the following generous donors for their recent gifts. Their support is greatly appreciated.
The O'Donnell Family
Susan and David Caron
Mass Cultural Council
Exxon Mobil Corporation
Mass Cultural Council and MassDev
Bloomwhistle Charitable Fund