About Baldwin House Museum
The Baldwin House Museum is located in a historic home that began construction in 1834 by Rev. Dwight Baldwin. The house originally served as a medical office and general center for missionary activities. The House itself is filled with historical aged photographs, household furniture, and artifacts. The library and displays portray the daily life of Rev. Dwight Baldwin, a physician and constructive community force.
The Baldwin House began construction in 1834. The original structure had thick walls constructed of coral and stone. The bedroom and a study was added in 1840, and in 1849 the entire second story was completed. Reverend Dwight Baldwin had his medical training from Harvard College.