Nichols House Museum

A grand 1804 Beacon Hill residence turned museum, replete with antique furnishings, heirlooms & art. In 1885, Dr. Arthur Nichols and his wife Elizabeth purchased a Beacon Hill townhouse where their three daughters matured into designers, writers, and social activists. In 1930, Rose Standish Nichols inherited the property. She laid the plans for its establishment as a museum and soon after her death in 1960, the Nichols House Museum opened to the public. Today, the Nichols House Museum welcomes visitors for tours, lectures, programs, and special events.

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