Wolcott House Reopens for Holiday Tours

Posted Nov 11th, 2015 by Kevin Rupp  Category: Arts & Entertainment, Community Interest,


The Wolcott House Museum will reopen to the public on Saturday, November 14, 2015 for tours this holiday season. Various members of the local community have thoughtfully decorated the fourteen-room Federal-style house this year, providing for the perfect excuse to escape the falling outside temperatures.

Due to popular demand, the Downton Abbey exhibit has been extended through the end of 2015. The exhibit, based on the popular PBS series, displays original gowns and decorative art from 1900 through the “Roaring 20’s.”

Tours will be held Thursday through Sunday at 12:30pm and 2:30pm. Special holiday rates are as follows: Adults, $3.00; Seniors, $2.50; Students, $1.25; Members, Free. The museum closes for the season on December 30, 2015. Visit for additional information.

About MVHS
Founded in 1864, The Maumee Valley Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose purpose is to collect, preserve, study, interpret, and communicate the region’s history and culture. This is accomplished through various educational programs, special events, and operation of the Wolcott Heritage Center. Visit us online for additional information.

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