The Ayer Mansion Public Tour

Join us for a tour of Boston's Ayer Mansion led by Jeanne Pelletier, Preservation Advisor to the Campaign for the Ayer Mansion.  Built between 1899 and 1902 for businessman and art collector Frederick Ayer, the Ayer Mansion is the country's only surviving intact residence created by famed American artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany.

For more than 15 years, the Campaign for the Ayer Mansion has been restoring and preserving this singular treasure.  Now home to the non-profit Bayridge Residence and Cultural Center, the Ayer Mansion is open monthly for scheduled public tours and by appointment as well as during its annual lecture series and other public events.        

Reservations are required for all public tours as space is limited.  

To make a reservation, email or call Georgina D’Cruz at 617-536-2586.