Otis House Museum tickets
Discover what life was like for Boston’s elite after the American Revolution, as the city grew and Beacon Hill became Boston’s most fashionable address. In 1796, Harrison Gray Otis, a congressman and real estate entrepreneur, and his wife, Sally, lived and entertained lavishly in this elegantly furnished home designed by their friend Charles Bulfinch. Learn about the Otises, their young family, their servants, and the people who lived here after them, when the building was a genteel boarding house. The house portrays both high style living in the Federal era and the cycles of change in a dynamic neighborhood.
The Go Boston Card is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility.
Your pass includes Otis House Museum tickets, plus admission to dozens more top attractions.
April–November: Thursday–Sunday, 11:00 am-5:00 pm with tours every half hour. Last tour at 4:30 pm.
Wednesday, 11:00 am-8:00 pm with tours every half hour. Last tour at 7:30 pm.
December-March. All major holidays (open July 4th).
141 Cambridge Street
Boston, MA 02114
Take the T: Red Line to Charles/MGH stop, exit onto Cambridge Street and walk away from the river to 141; use the Old West Church steeple as a landmark.
Walking distance from Government Center and Faneuil Hall.
Reviews for Otis House Museum