Spacious Victorian home built in 1895 has been restored so guests can take a peek into Arizona’s late territorial period
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$11.50 for admission to Victorian-era museum for two adults ($18 value)
$22.50 for admission to Victorian-era museum for four adults ($36 value)
Rosson House Museum
A prominent surgeon and Phoenix mayor, Dr. Roland Lee Rosson commissioned his 2,800-square-foot home in 1895. Fashioned in the Eastlake style of Victorian architecture, the 10-room dwelling included five fireplaces. These days, his abode serves as Rosson House Museum, where docents lead guests on 45- to 60-minute tours of the structure's restored interior. Besides public tours five days a week, Rosson House Museum hosts frequent family activities.