The Shirley–Eustis House is a National Historic Landmark
located in Boston, Massachusetts.
Restoration in Progress
Our beautiful Georgian Mansion is currently getting a facelift. Thanks to the generous contributions of our members and donors, we are able to restore and repaint the exterior clapboards and shutters of our 18th century mansion. Unfortunately, the rainy fall weather brought major delays so we will be continuing the restoration in Spring 2019.
Donate to help preserve our historic structures!
Dig at SEH!
City Archaeologist Joe Bagley and the City of Boston Archaeology Program recently completed an archaeological dig at the Shirley-Eustis House! They are hoping to find the original foundation of the Mansion, particularly the location of the winter kitchen, and also privies. The dig started on October 1st and lasted for roughly three weeks. Check out the City of Boston Archaeology Program’s social media @bostonarchaeo for live updates and results.
We look forward to continuing to work with them next spring and hear about their results!
Get Your “Good Dose of History”
We were recently featured in an article where Suffolk University history professor Robert Allison listed fifteen local historic sites beyond the Freedom Trail "that can also provide visitors a with a good dose of history."
Learn more about our historic mansion, Gardner carriage house, and grounds, along with its nearly 300 years of rich history.
Plan your special event here and enjoy our beautiful grounds while supporting the preservation of our historic site.
Cover photography by Ulricke Welsch