he 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 at 6:00pm on Thursday, October 26 for Nichols after Dark: Witches and Wives' Tales. Register here.
The Nichols House Museum Lecture Series presents William Martin, "The Back Bay: from Mudflat to Landfill to Modern Metropolis" on Thursday, November 16. Register here.
Winter hours take effect November 1, 2017 through March 31, 2018.