This house was both the headquarters of George Washington and of poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Take advantage of your tax dollars at work and visit this interesting and beautiful home, part of the National Park Service.
We went on a Sunday when parking would be less of a challenge. It's an easy walk from Harvard Square T and buses, but parking is tough.
The small garden is nice to walk through. Our ranger/guide was very knowledgeable and interesting. I would not recommend the house for small children.
Please check hours as the house is open only seasonally. It is by guided tour only (free).
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