The Shirley–Eustis House is a National Historic Landmark
located in Boston, Massachusetts.

 

The house was built in 1747 on 33 acres in Roxbury by William Shirley, Royal Governor of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, and served as his summer home. The house is attributed to architect Peter Harrison, and is one of four remaining mansions built for royal governors in the United States.

 
 

Visit

Come tour our exquisite estate and its nearly 300 years of history, along with permanent and rotating exhibits rich in Bostonian culture and Americana.

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rent the estate

Plan your special event at a the Estate or Carriage House and enjoy our beautiful grounds while supporting the preservation of our heritage.

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get involved

Whoever you are, we offer a wide range of opportunities to contribute to the preservation of our National Historic Landmark

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