The Eustis Estate in Milton, Massachusetts is fully accessible. All museum spaces that are open to the public are accessible. Visitors are welcome to sit on the furniture in most spaces in the mansion. The museum is equipped with a lift for access to the second floor.

Woman seated on a sofa in a Victorian interior using a tablet.

Historic New England is committed to expanding broader public access at its other properties. While most of our museum sites are not equipped with accessible ramps, elevators, or chair lifts, we are glad to offer guests virtual experiences for fourteen of our historic sites.

While many of our tours involve standing, walking, and stairs, visitors with limited mobility may be able to enjoy a first floor tour of the house and grounds. Folding chairs are provided for visitors who would like to use them while on tour.  Service animals are welcome. We are happy to work with you to make your visit an enjoyable one and we encourage visitors with questions or requests to call ahead. Please consult the property list below for accessibility information at each of our sites.

Please contact us if you have questions or concerns at [email protected] or 617-994-5940.


Accessibility by Location

Find access information in the "Plan Your Visit" tips for each property

Arnold House

Barrett House

Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House

Boardman House

Bowman House

Browne House

Casey Farm

Castle Tucker

Clemence-Irons House

Codman Estate

Coffin House

Cogswell's Grant

Cooper-Frost-Austin House

Dole-Little House

Eustis Estate

Gedney House

Gilman Garrison House

Gropius House

Hamilton House

Jackson House

Sarah Orne Jewett House

Langdon House

Lyman Estate

Marrett House

Merwin House

Nickels-Sortwell House

Otis House

Phillips House

Pierce House

Quincy House

Rocky Hill Meeting House

Roseland Cottage

Rundlet-May House

Sayward-Wheeler House

Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm

Swett-Ilsley House

Watson Farm

Winslow Crocker House