Dr. James Ford Historic Home
Fully restored 19th century home and surgery center, includes a Victorian-era flower garden. The Ford family lived in the home during and after the Civil War.
Francis Costigan House
Two story brick house is Greek Revival in style, and was built in 1850 by carpenter and builder Francis Costigan.
Gaar Mansion and Farm Museum
Victorian style mansion was home to Abram and Agnes Gaar in 1876, and features extremely modern items for the day such as indoor plumbing, gas electricity, and central heating.
Elegant Georgian home built in 1803 was residence to the Governor William Henry Harrison, who went on to become President in 1840.
Italian Renaissance mansion was home to industrialist and financier Thomas Gaff and his family in 1855.
1841 home to John and Susannah Huddleston and their 11 children, and many visitors who rented there. Read about the educational events, exhibits, and tours.
Judge Jeremiah Sullivan House
Federal style architecture was built for the Jeremiah Sullivan family in 1818. Includes a recreated period bake oven in the back yard.
Locate tours and events that highlight the Victorian era 1865 Morris-Butler House.
Moses Fowler House
Gothic Revival home built by merchant and cattlemen Moses Fowler in 1852, using native white oak and black walnut woodwork.
Ruthmere Beaux Arts House Museum
The house/museum offers a fine example of art, history, and architecture. Built in 1908 for Albert R. and Elizabeth Baldwin Beardsley.
103 year home to the Joel Scribner family. The NSDAR bought the home in 1917 and continues to preserve and offer the show piece to the public.
Wylie House Museum
Read about the Wylie house, the Wylie family, heirloom garden projects, and blog.