The Architecture

The Architecture

Salisbury Mansion was built in the Georgian style that was in vogue in the mid-18th century.  While Salisbury Mansion wouldn’t pass muster compared to urban high-end dwellings found in large metropolitan centers like Boston, it was a “mansion” in still rural Worcester.  High-style Georgian is strictly symmetrical without and within.

The former store space or “new” part of the house, which was completed in 1820, features elegant Federal detailing within and without, a proper through-hallway with pattern book entry surrounds, and a columned front portico. This 1820 renovation expanded the living space to include double drawing rooms, a library, and chambers above for family and staff use.

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Worcester, MA 01609
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(Temporarily Closed) Staff will continue to be available by email and phone.

Library Hours
(By appointment only) Wed., Thurs., Friday 10AM-2PM

Salisbury Mansion (Temporarily Closed)

Closed: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Patriot’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day


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