Join us for a 30-45 minute tour of The Nichols House Museum, an historic house reflecting the domestic life of a typical family of Beacon Hill at the turn of the last century. The house is furnished with priceless possessions accumulated over several generations. The collection includes fine European and American wooden furniture from the 17th-19th centuries, ancestral portraits, Flemish tapestries, oriental rugs, European and Asian art, and works by America's foremost sculptor of the 19th century, Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
We will meet at 10:45 am in front of the museum for the 11:00 am tour. The tour covers 6 rooms over 3 floors, no elevator. Admission is $10 forAdults; $8, for Seniors (65+) or groups of 6 or more. Please register by May 6.
Lunch afterwards at the Carrie Nation Restaurant at 11 Beacon Street. Please be courteous and let us know if you will be continuing on to lunch.