Warner House Association, The
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Guided tours on the hour, last tour at 3PM.
I-95 exit 7 (Market Street), bear left after railroad tracks; turn left on Bow Street, right onto Chapel Street. House is on the left at Daniel Street. Metered street parking.
The Warner House is considered the oldest surviving brick house in northern New England. Built c.1716 for Captain Archibald Macpheadris and his family, the Warner House has been home to six generations of family throughout three different centuries. The Warner House contains the oldest extant Anglo-American murals, painted c. 1718.