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Address : 191 Main St, Medford, MA 02155

Timings : Monday to Friday: Closed
Saturday, Sunday: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM, Guided tours

Entry Fee : Members: Free
Adults: USD 10
Seniors: USD 8
Students: USD 5
EBT or WIC Cardholders: USD 2
Children 12 or Younger, Tufts Students, Blue Star Families, MTA Members: Free

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Isaac Royall House, Boston Overview

Isaac Royall House or more commonly known as the Royall House was a slave quarter and is now the only remaining structure of its kind in North America. It was built in 1732 with Georgian style architecture and is located in Medford, Massachusetts.

Isaac Royall House is now a museum holding the long years of wealth and slavery stories, and relics in the form of household items and artifacts from the colonial era and American Revolution. This non-profit museum is also called as "One house, two histories in Medford" and is situated close to Tufts University. Built by Isaac Royall, it was the largest slaveholding in Massachusetts and has been craft-fully persevered for ages.

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