Venue Details

20 Star Starred
Gore Place
Between Richgrain and Lawndale 52 Gore Street Waltham, MA 02453
781-894-2798
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I would recommend bringing a flashlight. It's dark walking up to the mansion and also wear flat shoes.
Gore Place Evening Tours info Sep 23 2013 star this tip starred
luckyredtail
The weather was warm summer evening. I wore light clothes as it was warm in the house..
Gore Place Evening Tours dress Aug 26 2013 star this tip starred

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7 events
6 reviews
3 stars
attended May 02 2014

A beautiful estate. The information on the Gore site was excellent however not much more was added during the tour unless questions were asked. A pleasant evening.

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3 reviews
2 stars
attended Jan 17 2014

Thoroughly enjoyed the tour. Tour guide very knowledgeable, easy to follow. Recommend it highly.

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2 events
2 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 11 2014

If old houses, mansions or castles are your thing, this tour is for you! Completed in 1806, much of the house is original or has been restored to its original cofiguration. Fascinating details. A really nice way to spend a couple of hours.

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Website

http://goreplace.org/

Description

August 8, 2014: Life in Austen’s Time
Enjoy an evening tour of the mansion and hear about life in Jane Austen’s day. The beautiful 1806 mansion and grounds of Gore Place offer a uniquely American take on country-life in the Regency Period. A costumed guide will lead you through 12 rooms of the mansion while telling stories of the Regency Period drawn from Austen’s books and letters.

About the Ticket Supplier: Gore Place

Gore Place Society's mission is to preserve and promote the 1806 estate of Christopher and Rebecca Gore as a unique educational resource to inspire an appreciation of early 19th-century America.