Jeremiah Lee Mansion 250th Anniversary Party
On June 23, raise your glass to one of the finest homes built just before the American Revolution.
On June 23, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., the Marblehead Museum will host the best party in 250 years at its crown jewel property, the Jeremiah Lee Mansion. The event will take place in the Lee Mansion gardens, 161 Washington Street. Enjoy a stellar evening of fine food and beverages in the mansion’s tented garden. Take a stroll through the mansion, have your fortune read, sample Jeremiah Lee’s grog or Martha’s punch, and raise your glass to one of the finest homes built just before the American Revolution. This is a unique opportunity to gather with friends to support the Lee Mansion 250th Anniversary Fund and help the museum continue operating this marque property as it begins its next 250 years.
Marblehead Museum is proud to have National Grand Bank serving as the Lee Mansion 250th Anniversary signature sponsor, and Marblehead Bank joining as a corporate partner.
The Lee Mansion is one of the most significant colonial structures in the United States. As a marvel of grand design in undisturbed condition, it draws visitors to Marblehead from around the world. The mansion is owned and maintained by Marblehead Museum, an independent non-profit organization. The museum is dedicated to the restoration and protection of the Lee Mansion, relying on donations from individuals and businesses to maintain and improve the building and grounds.
Buy your tickets now because the event will soon sell out. For ticket information call Marblehead Museum: 781-631-1768 or visit: MarbleheadMuseum.org.