GOLDEN BALL TAVERN MUSEUM
662 Boston Post Rd., Weston (781) 894.1751
www.goldenballtavern.orgThe Golden Ball Tavern was built in 1768 and operated by Westonian Isaac Jones as an inn for travelers on the Boston Post Road between 1770 and 1793. Today, the house is a unique archaeological and historical museum that traces the 200-year history of the Jones family.
CARDINAL SPELLMAN PHILATELIC MUSEUM
235 Wellesley St., Weston (781) 768.7000
Located on the campus of Regis College, the museum was created by Cardinal Spellman, a 20th century religious leader and avid stamp collector. His collection was so extensive that he established the museum to house it. Today the museum’s holdings include the collections of President Eisenhower, General Matthew Ridgeway, violinist Jascha Heifitz, and hundreds of others.