Program Highlights 2016

November 16

The Nichols House Museum Special Event Series Presents:

The Wild Women of Beacon Hill - Chocolate & Wine Tasting

193 Salem Street Boston, MA 02113
6:00 p.m to 8:30 p.m.

In partnership with the Old North Foundation, and Dina Vargo, author of "Wild Women of Boston," the Nichols House Museum presents "The Wild Women of Beacon Hill Chocolate & Wine Pairing" Event!

Join us at the Old North Historic Site for a ladies' night out in the North End to celebrate Boston's women's history, including the remarkable Nichols women and the other notable women of Beacon Hill and Boston!

This is a special event--we only have 30 spots available, so get your tickets today!


The Nichols family history runs deep with Old North Church! Beginning with the Colonial period, Thomas Johnston, Rose's four times maternal great-grandfather, built, designed & installed the organ in the balcony at the church. Later, when Arthur Nichols attended Harvard College, he walked across the bridge every Sunday to practice ringing the bells in the steeple.