Lizzie Borden Bed-and-Breakfast

In 1892, Andrew Borden and his wife, Abby, were brutally murdered by someone wielding an ax. Although ultimately acquitted of the crime, Borden’s youngest daughter, Lizzie, never regained her pre-crime innocence, and many folks in Fall River (and around the country) remain convinced that she got away with murder. Today, the house in which the Bordens lived and died is a city landmark, a museum and a bed-and-breakfast. Anyone interested can visit the murder scene, peruse the collection of Fall River and Borden memorabilia or shop for any number of souvenirs, including coffee mugs, sweat shirts and even a brick from the Borden chimney (complete with a certificate of authenticity). For those who want an extra creepy experience, the B & B owners treat their overnight guests to a replica of the Borden’s last meal: a breakfast of bananas, johnnycakes, sugar cookies and coffee.

Address: 92 Second Street
City: Fall River
ZIP Code: 02721
Phone: 508-675-7333