Be among the first to visit this newly renovated home that sheltered Mary Baker Eddy in 1868 and 1870. Longyear’s multiyear preservation project—reaching from the cedar shingles on the roof to the historic wallpaper inside—restored this 18th-century structure to a home that more closely resembles what Mrs. Eddy would have known. Learn more about Mrs. Eddy’s formative time in Amesbury as she searched the Scriptures after her discovery of Christian Science, began to write down her findings, healed, and taught.
Roundtrip transportation from Longyear Museum is available, by reservation, or feel free to drive yourself. (If you’d like to ride with us, please arrive at the Museum by 9:45 a.m. as the van will leave promptly at 10 a.m.) Transportation registration is required by Wednesday, June 1. $20. Tours of the house are free.
Register for roundtrip transportation from Longyear Museum to Amesbury