Experience the splendor of the late 19th century at the 1890 House Museum in downtown Cortland, New York. This grand limestone mansion, built by successful industrialist Chester F. Wickwire, is a symbol of the grandeur of the Victorian and Gilded ages. Designed by architect Samuel Burrage Reed in an eclectic Chateauesque style, the lavish interior of the thirty room mansion features parquet floors, jewel-like stained glass windows, oak and cherry woodwork, and ornate decorative stenciling.
Ongoing restoration projects have returned this architectural treasure to its Victorian and Gilded-Age splendor. The 1890 House Museum features restored period room settings, changing exhibitions, and special programs and events.
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Making Music: June 11th
Interested in bringing a class to or attend a program at the 1890 House Museum? Follow the above link to find out more!
The 1890 House Museum seeks a Part-Time Assistant Director
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A Unique History
Get the exact details on The 1890 House. Get a sneak peak inside one of the most historic houses in Cortland New York. Get a sneak peak inside one of the most historic houses in Cortland New York. Get a sneak peak inside one of the most historic houses in Cortland New York. Click here to get the full run down of the house and all its rooms.
Thursday to Saturday - 12PM - 4PM
Last Admission - 3:30PM
Major Holiday's - Closed
Telephone - (607) 756 7551
E-Mail - The1890House@gmail.com
Children 10 & Under: Free
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