Gibson House Museum

Interesting
Step inside this row house and you'll get a sense of the reality of 19C life in Boston. Built in 1859, the Gibson House retains its Victorian flavor and offers a rare glimpse into the lifestyle of an affluent Back Bay family. The house features elaborate woodwork, 15-foot ceilings, imported carpets, mock leather wallpaper and plenty of curios.

Useful information

Address : 

Beacon St. 137

Phone:

+1 617-267-6338

Price:

12 $ (children 3 $)

Opening hours

[Wed-Sun-1pm, 2pm and 3pm - closed Bank Hols]

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