The Loring Greenough House was constructed in 1760 by Commodore Joshua Loring and owned by the Greenough family from 1783 until 1924. The Jamaica Plain Tuesday Club purchased the house in 1924 and has been steward ever since. In 2008, the club articulated a vibrant new community-oriented role for the House as a center for social, cultural, historical, and educational activities. Use this site to learn more about the history of the House, and the activities you can participate in here.
The Blue Star Museums initiative starts today! From now through Labor Day, admission to the Loring Greenough House for tours will be free for all active-duty military personnel and their families. If you or someone in your family is in the military, please get in touch to schedule your free private tour.