Certainly historic, rarely open . Go on a festival day like Cider Day.
The inside is pry so the old construction is visible, but no furniture or decorations.9
<p>Jackson House is the oldest surviving wood frame house in the state. Built in 1664 by wood worker Richard Jackson on his family’s 25-acre land, it is listed as a National Historic Landmark. Admissions is free for Historic New England members and Portsmouth residents and tours are available.</p>