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image of letter The Nichols House Museum preserves and interprets the 1804 Federal townhouse that was home to landscape gardener, suffragist and pacifist Rose Standish Nichols and her family. Their home and its original art and furnishings provide a glimpse into life on historic Beacon Hill from the mid-19th to mid-20th century. The museum educates and inspires the public through innovative programs, and it continues the conversation on the social concerns the Nichols family embraced that are still relevant today.

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Join us for our annual Holiday House Tour on Sunday, December 10. Visit our Programs & Events page for registration and details.

If you have purchased tickets and not received them in the mail, they can be picked up at the Nichols House Museum between 11:45am and 4:00pm on the day of the tour. If you wish to purchase tickets on the day of the tour, please note that this can be done only at the Museum and the ticket price will increase to $150.