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amazing old architecture. plenty of parking in the parking lot around back. great displays and historical information. free water, but feel free to slip some money in the donations jar. staff was very knowledgeable and friendly. don't forget to check out the carriage house in...More
Six different governors lived in this house over the years. There are lots of spots on the walls and doors showing former wallpaper and paint colors. The furniture is from the early time period. The house was originally built by a businessman then sold to...More
We tried to go, but the roads around the home were torn up and there was no parking available on any of the nearby streets. Too bad as we were looking forward to it! Hopefully they finish the road work soon, our visit was the...More
The home has been home to several
Governors from Victorian time until 1960. The furniture is a collection of pieces that were actually in the home with the families or pieces acquired that got the period. An interesting display is the different wall papers used...More
The staff was very friendly and gave a historical background of the home. Throughout the home are historical pictures. You can tour the home at your leisure. It's not very big considering it was a Governor's "mansion." Don't miss the carriage house which also has...More
This is so interesting and free as well. The staff was lovely and folks doing the flowers outside as well. This was worth the trip. The rooms were well laid out and was interesting to see this period home. Very well kept and a play...More
This mansion is not the easiest to find, mainly because of the unusual numbering system for Bismarck's Avenues which even confused our GPS! However it is well worth persevering in order to find this lovely historical house.
The mansion is large for its time but...More