Explore the Gibson House and early-twentieth-century Boston through Charlie Gibson's eyes! The story of the museum's founder is one of legacy and family history; of the fading grandeur of Victorian-era Boston; and of the role gay men, like Charlie, had in the historic preservation movement. This unique specialty house tour is not to be missed! Tours are first-come, first-served. Tickets can be purchased at the door.
$10, $8 students & seniors
Regular and specialty tours are also available for private groups by appointment. For more information and to arrange a tour, contact email@example.com
The Gibson House is a historic house museum located in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston. Now a National Historic Landmark, the home served as residence to three generations of Gibson family members and their household staff between 1859 and 1954. The Museum’s four floors of period rooms, including the original kitchen, are a time capsule of domestic life in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Visitors experience the house through guided tours that interpret class and culture through the stories and objects of the people who lived and worked there.