The tour captures turn-of-the-century life as the prominent Moss Family lived it. Guests will see original draperies, furniture, fixtures, Persian carpets and artifacts displayed in the 1903 red sandstone structure designed by New York architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh.
On your next visit to the Moss Mansion, look up! Thanks to the wonderful folks at Bradford Roofing, our gutters are functioning properly and are ready for many more years of service. Hats off to Tom and crew for battling weather and other surprises to get the job done right!
National Volunteer Week is April 12-18, 2015. Join us in thanking volunteers everywhere – especially the amazing volunteers at the Moss Mansion Museum! Without you we would be hard pressed to accomplish anything at all. Thank You!!
In celebration we’ll have a little cake for our current and new volunteers in the break room at the Moss Mansion. If you haven’t been in for a while please visit and enjoy a treat, or visit for the first time and sign up to volunteer for one of many events coming up this spring and summer.
Thanks again, volunteers – without you we would not be the magnificent place we are today!
Looking for a unique place to have a graduation party? What about fabulous prom pictures? That special anniversary party? Or maybe a fun Murder Mystery theme party for the family reunion or that office Christmas party? Visit with Moss Mansion Event Coordinator Marlene McCave and plan your memorable event! Invite your guests to our beautiful grounds or host your party in one of the luxurious rooms available on the first floor of our Historic House Museum. Visit our Facebook pages (Moss Mansion Museum or Moss Mansion Weddings) for images and information, or call 256-5100 to make an appointment with Marlene for your free private consultation.
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