Calling all history buffs!

On Saturday, from 12pm-3pm, the Pierce House,  one of Boston’s last seventeenth-century houseswill be open for tours!

According to Historic New England, the Pierce House is one of the last surviving examples of seventeenth-century architecture in the city of Boston. Lived in by ten generations of one family, the house documents the building practices and tastes of the Pierces over three centuries. Family members expanded and adapted their house to meet demands for space, function, comfort, and privacy.

It is located at 24 Oakton Ave and the tour takes about 45 minutes!

You can get your tickets here! 

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