33 Shirley Street
Boston, MA 02119
Celebrating its 250th anniversary this year, the Shirley-Eustis House was built in Roxbury during the period 1747-1751 by William Shirley, appointed Royal Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony and Commander-in-Chief of all British forces in North America by George II. The House is one of only four remaining Royal Colonial Governors' mansions in the country and the only one actually built by a Royal Colonial Governor.
|Adults $5, Seniors and children under age 12 $3, military personnel and their families free|