The Paper House

Description

Rockport’s a haven for artists of all persuasions and levels of talent, as a casual stroll along the harborfront will attest. The Paper House, which was built out of newspaper in 1922 by Elis Stenman, is a perfect example of this creativity. Stenman, a mechanical engineer—who, incidentally, had a hand in making paper clips—also constructed the furniture for his summer house out of paper, including a piano and a grandfather clock.

Address

52 Pigeon Hill St.
Rockport, Massachusetts 01966

Lat/Long

42.67289400, -70.63466600

Open Hours

Spring--fall: daily 10--5.
Visit Website
(978) 546-2629

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