Stephen Phillips House136 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 34 Chestnut St, Salem, MA 01970, USA, United States
- Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9787440440
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: History Museums, Family And Kids, Heritage Building
Historic New England Phillips House is a residence turned museum in Salem. Initially belonging to Elias Hasket Derby, one of the self-made millionaires of that time, the house later became the residence of Stephen W. Phillips who bought the house in 1911 and moved five generation of family furnishings into the house. After the death of Stephen W. Philips in 1955, the house was converted into a historic house museum and is maintained by Historic New England. With five generations of family belongings populating the residence, Historic New England Philips House is a historical gem of Salem. Take a tour of the fascinating mansion that is complete with a collection of antiques, floral gardens, and brick sidewalks.
Entrance Ticket Details For Stephen Phillips House
- Adults: $8.00
- Seniors: $7.00
- Students: $4.00
Stephen Phillips House Hours
- For detailed info on the timings contact the management.
How to Reach Stephen Phillips House
- By Bus: No. 450, 456, 465-stop Essex St @ Flint St
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24.2% of people who visit Salem include Stephen Phillips House in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
76.47% of people start their Stephen Phillips House visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Stephen Phillips House
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Stephen Phillips House
Stephen Phillips House Reviews & Ratings
Can't get enough of Historic New England homes. This one is a definite to visit and visit again. Loved our tour guide (Linda I think...sorry I forgot her name). Great stories about this family and the wonderful lives they had in the house.
We stumbled upon this place walking around the Sam Mcintire district and I can’t believe it’s not one of the more well-known tourist spots. Tom was a top-notch tour guide, super knowledgeable about the family and house as well as Salem in general. Would absolutely recommend!
There is an antique car show here every year; it keeps getting bigger and better as time goes on. It's a chance to meet up with long-time friends and just have a great time. The Phillips House has two Pierce Arrow autos and a Ford Model 'A' in it's garage. Other cars are parked all down Chestnut street. I try to never miss this meet!
Really interesting and also passionate tour guides! We got individual attention and could ask questions. Recommended!
The tour guide went above and beyond for us as we arrived early. He was very knowledgeable and passionate.