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Mary Baker Eddy Historic House

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While living in the home from 1865 - 1866, Mrs. Eddy experienced the spiritual healing that led her to the discovery of Christian Science. The home is equipped with period furnishings, none of which belonged to Mrs. Eddy.

Free tours are given year round. Open May through October on Wednesday - Saturday 10am-4pm and on Sunday 2pm-5pm. In November through April, tours may be arranged by calling (781) 599-1853.

Location: 23 Paradise Rd., Swampscott Massachusetts 01907 Telephone 781-599-1853

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