52 Pigeon Hill St
Rockport, MA 01966
The Paper House is actually made of paper. Newspaper.
It was built by Mr. Elis F. Stenman, a mechanical engineer who designed the machines that make paper clips, began building his Rockport summer home out of paper as a hobby. That was in 1922.
|Hours: The paper house is open 10 am. – 5 p.m., every day from spring through fall.
Admission is $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for children ages 6 – 14. Admission is on the honor system
Directions: The house is somewhat off the beaten path and the signs can easily be missed.
On entering Rockport follow 127 north toward Pigeon Cove. After the Yankee Clipper Inn take the second left (Curtis Street) then another left on Pigeon Hill Street to No. 52 on your right. For specific directions from your location, see the map below.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO TOUR BUS OPERATORS – You cannot come up the hill onto Curtis Street. The road is too narrow, there is no place to turn around.