One of the few place to tour in Marblehead. We were able to tour all three levels. Not always the case in some mansions. Most all of the furnishings are not original to the house. Got a fairly good overview of the family. We would liked to have learned more about the house itself, but limited information on many of... 更多
House, collections and guides add up to a great experience. The Lee familly occupied the house for a relatively short period, after which it passed through a succession of owners until providentially it was bought and rescued. The house itself is the choef exhibit, showing how the rich of the 1760s could live -- the space, the decorations, and the... 更多
In early Marblehead, we had some successful merchants. With the success certainly came the finer things of life. You can view how a successful merchant used his resources to build at that time one of the best residences in Marblehead. It is a short visit but another reason to allow you to " Complete Marblehead"
Who would have thun k that lowly Marblehead would know of such colonial splendor? Take a trip back in time. This is a great way to spend a half hour.
As you tour the Jeremiah Lee mansion, you'll see time-period specific furnishings and furniture. You'll be surprised at the good condition of the mansion. The tour is led by knowledgeable staff and can take any where from 30 minutes to a couple of hours ... depending on your interests. Don't miss the gardens outside of the mansion, they're maintained by... 更多
The Jeremiah Lee Mansion, the headquarters of the Marblehead Historic Society, is well worth a visit for its history and period architecture. It offers a glimpse at how one of the wealthiest merchants-Revolutionary America lived. A financial backer of the patriot cause, Lee was one of the rebel leaders with John Hancock and Sam Adams who were warned by Paul... 更多
Wonderful insight into New England's maritime history and really feeling what it must have been like to live in the 1700s. This is an outstanding building with historic drawings and wallpapers. Great for both adults and kids.
We took this tour with a very knowledgeable guide. The mansion is wonderfully preserved with some of the original wall paper!
We were visiting in town and stopped in to the see the 49 yr. anniversary art festival show. It was really a great collection. We had been to lots of the festivals in the past and so was nice to recall some of the artw work we remembered.