Invisible from the street, Stonehurst sits on a secluded hilltop site amidst 109 acres of public conservation land – away from it all, and yet so close to home.
Visit Stonehurst often throughout the seasons. Explore the breathtaking interiors with permanent exhibits, climb Glacier Rock, enjoy the rolling Olmsted-designed acres, or hike on a branch of the new Western Greenway Trail. Each time you will see it in a new light.
Visit the convention-breaking interiors of Stonehurst, where Richardson's bold plan and flowing spaces combine with rich textures and handcrafted details, heralding the Arts and Crafts social and artistic movement in America.
Explore this innovative country house of wealthy social reformer Robert Treat Paine, his family and their servants on your own, and at your own pace and course. Narrative panels found throughout the house convey its unique story in the search for American identity while preserving its harmonious design, flow of space and serenity of place.
For a guided tour, please see our events calendar or schedule your visit in advance.
Experience Olmsted's naturalistic approach to landscape design on the rolling, meadows, curved terrace and rocky outcrops of the estate grounds.
Walk Around Stonehurst (Download 834K PDF)
Explore connections between nature and architecture on this short outdoor walk around Stonehurst.
Kids' Walk Around Stonehurst (Download 970K PDF)
Use visual clues to answer questions about the past.
Please call 781-314-3290 before your visit to confirm availability.
Mondays – Fridays: Noon – 3PM
Saturdays: by appointment
When there is an event, the house and immediate grounds are closed to the public.
$3 General Admission for self-guided tours
Guided tours for groups of 8 or more by appointment
$7 per Adult
$5 per Senior or Student
Children and Members Free
Please call 781-314-3290 for more information.
The first and second floors of Stonehurst are wheelchair accessible and there are accessible parking spaces near the house. Please contact us if you have a special accommodation need.