The Lizzie Borden room is $225 +tx for two people. The room can also be combined with the Emma Borden room as a suite for up to four people for $425 and all overnight stays include a evening tour of the house and full breakfast. And yes, you can rent the entire house for $1500 and bring up to 20 people!
You Can Actually Spend the Night in the House Where Lizzie Borden’s Parents Were Murdered. While the case remains unsolved 125 years later, the Borden family house has since become a rather charming bed and breakfast where those brave enough can spend the night.
On this parcel was the estate home of the former John C. Borden, who had died in 1833. Borden had built what can only be described as the most colossal mansion ever erected in Fall River .
Emma Lenora Borden , born March 1, 1851 was older sister to Lizzie Borden . Unlike Lizzie, Emma knew her mother. The gender may have been a disappointment to 38 year old Andrew, but surely Sarah and Emma were thrilled and delighted with baby Lizzie Andrew.
Lizzie died in June 1927, at age 66. Emma died a little more than a week later. Today, the Borden family home on Second Street is a popular bed and breakfast, where those brave enough can spend the night at the scene of the one most famous — and officially unsolved — murders in American history.
Bridget was outside washing windows when Abby was slaughtered in the second floor guest room. While Andrew Borden was bludgeoned in the first floor sitting room shortly after his return, the servant was resting in her attic room. Lizzie was arrested on August 11, one week after the murders.
“With the despised Andrew and Abby out of the way, Lizzie and Emma stood to inherit an estate which, adjusted for inflation, was worth around seven million dollars,” Eddy writes. Money and independence in one fell stroke, or actually about 30 strokes in total, as the coroner found.
June 1, 1927
On August 4, 1892, Andrew and Abby Borden , a respected merchant and his second wife were murdered in their home in Fall River, Massachusetts with an axe. While Andrew’s daughter, Lizzie , was tried and acquitted of the gruesome murders in one of the most famous trials of the era, the case remains unsolved to this day.
66 years (1860–1927)
Oak Grove Cemetery, Fall River, Massachusetts, United States
Neither Lizzie nor Emma Borden ever married . Lizzie graduated from a public high school in Fall River, and became involved with a variety of organizations consistent with the image expected of a young woman from a well-off family in a small New England city.