On October 5, 1636, Scituate was incorporated as an individual city. Since then, many great developments have occurred in the city, including its transformation from a summer destination into a lovely residential area while keeping some of its attractions as awe-striking as before.
Scituate, MA, shows immense value to its history and makes it a point to celebrate its founding every year in the month of August. The locals call it “Heritage Days.” More proof of the city’s love for its past is the many historical places that have been preserved over the years. Some of those are the Scituate Lighthouse, The Old Oaken Bucket Homestead and Well, and The Lawson Tower, to name a few.