thumbnails
Credit: Flickr user paladinsf

Julia Child’s House

Iconic chef, television personality and cookbook author Julia Child lived in this Cambridge house from 1961-2001. The house's kitchen was transformed into a television set and was the setting for three of her shows. Upon moving out of the house, Child donated the kitchen and it remains on view at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, in Washington, DC. 

A Cambridge resident for decades, Child was a loyal customer at many local businesses, including Savenor's Market and Harvest restaurant.

The house is a private residence and is not open to the public.

Still craving more information on Julia Child? Check out our Insider Post, "Top 15 Julia Child Quotes."


Suggestions

Waterhouse House

Harvard Square
Built by patriot Gideon Frost. Home of Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse who was the first Harvard...
see&do

William H. Lewis

West Cambridge
William H. Lewis, a graduate of Harvard Law School, was the first African American...
see&do

Joshua Bowen Smith

Central Square
Joshua Bowen Smith was a confidant of U.S. Senator Charles Sumner and one of the best-known...
see&do

contact

  • 103 Irving St.
  • Cambridge, MA 02138
  • Harvard Square

Type

  • Landmark