The Gibson House Museum
Visitors enjoy a glimpse into the lives of a well-to-do Boston family and its domestic staff.
The Gibson House Museum exists because of the vision of Charles and Rosamond’s middle child, Charles Jr., a poet, travel writer, horticulturist, and colorful bon vivant. Charles was caught in a changing world, as families moved to the suburbs and left their townhouses to be converted into rooming houses, schools, and dormitories, As early as 1936, Charles Jr. decided to preserve his nineteenth-century townhouse as a museum. The furniture was roped off with a gold cord, and guests wereView more
Admission: $9. Students and seniors (62+): $6. Children under 12: $3.
137 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02116