Boston - The Nichols House Museum

The Nichols House Museum

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About The Nichols House Museum

The Nichols House Museum was constructed in 1804 by Jonathan Mason and was designed by Charles Bulfinch. The museum was named after the pacifist, suffragist and landscape gardener, Rose Standish Nichols. The museum lets visitors discover the lifestyle of the upper class during the 19th and 20th centuries on the Beacon Hill, Boston.

55 Mt Vernon St, Boston, MA, 02108
617-227-6993
Tu-Sa : 12 pm - 5 pm

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