Lippitt House

Built at 199 Hope Street in Providence for textile merchant Henry Lippitt, his wife Mary Ann Balch Lippitt and their six children, the house was completed in 1865 and occupied by several generations of the Lippitt family for 114 years. Over the years the family made only a few changes respecting the historic integrity of Photo by Harber Photographytheir ancestor's legacy. The house was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1976 and is an exceptional testament to local craftsman of the time. The only outside decorating firm hired to work on the house was Pottier and Stymus, a design firm from New York hired at the beginning of their career. The majority of their furnishings still exist in the house. more information at www.lippitthouse.org

All Halloween Murder Mystery at the Lippitt House Museum

Oct. 28th, 8 pm – 11 pm, Lippitt House Museum, 199 Hope Street, Providence A night of fright, fun and intrigue featuring live jazz by Miss Wensday & Mike Miller and a costume contest. Elegant costumes, music, cocktails, dancing and of course a mysterious murder make for a fabulous evening at the Lippitt House Museum! […]

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Historic Providence — Bus And Historic House Tour

A Providence 375 Event — Take this tour offered by Preserve Rhode Island and experience an entertaining show and tell of Providence’s history as well as a fascinating visit inside the Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum, the legacy of a prominent and influential family and a high-style Victorian home widely known for its authenticity, detailed

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Francisco Pais Jazz Quintet at the Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum

Friday, June 10th  at 7:00 pm | Admission $15 in advance/$18 at door | Purchase now! Enjoy extraordinary live jazz in the Lippitt House Museum! Jazz composer/musician Francisco Pais’ new eclectic quintet debuts at the Museum in the first concert of the 2011 Hunter Music Series. Pais, known for jazz experimentation and innovation, has assembled a

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