Phillips House Museum

Phillips House Museum

In 1821 four intact rooms from an earlier house were transported by ox sled to Salem’s fashionable Chestnut Street to form the core of a new Federal-style mansion being built by Captain Nathaniel West. Nearly a century later, Anna Phillips bought the house and launched a fourteen-month renovation in the Colonial Revival style. Today Phillips House is the only mansion open to the public on Chestnut Street.

DAYS & HOURS

Tuesday – Sunday
May – October

11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Tours every half hour.

Last tour at 4:00 p.m.

Closed July 4.

PHONE: (978) 744-0440

ADMISSION

$8 adults

$7 seniors

$4 students

Free for Historic New England members and Salem residents.

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