A National Historic Landmark since 1971, the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum is regarded as one of the earliest and most significant Second Empire Style country houses in the United States. Built by renowned financier and railroad baron LeGrand Lockwood between 1864 and 1868, the Mansion, with its unparalleled Gilded Age interiors and furniture, illustrates magnificently the beauty and splendor of the Victorian Era.
Latest News - 9/30/2014:
The Museum offers tours of the first floor Wednesday through Sunday, on the hour at 12, 1, 2 and 3 p.m. The second floor is currently closed due to construction; therefore, tours will only be of the first floor during this time. The Museum will be closed for tours on Saturday, September 20th and will be open from 12-4 for half-priced mini-tours during the Old Fashioned Flea Market on Sunday, September 21st.