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What You'll Get
- Two Tickets To Tour
- Four Tickets To Tour
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About Stetson Mansion
When it opened in 1886, the Stetson Mansion dazzled its visitors, which is quite impressive when you consider that the Queen of England was on its guest list. Every detail of the mansion was opulent—from one-of-a-kind carvings to rare parquet floorings—but the piece de resistance was its state-of-the-art electrical system, which was installed by none other than Thomas Edison himself. The home, owned by hat-maker John B. Stetson, illuminated the night as guests came to and fro to peek at its three stories of luxury. But today, it's not just royalty and millionaires who can get a glimpse inside. At Stetson Mansion Tours, guests are led through the halls by friendly and knowledgeable guides, who are there to provide fun facts, point out minute details, and lead them through the expansive home. Here's a few highlights of the home:
- The Size: At just under 10,000 square feet, the home sits on two acres and includes gazebos, gardens, and patios.
- The Style: Within the Victorian mansion's walls, careful eyes can pick out details from Gothic, Tudor, Moorish, and Polynesian architecture.
- The Furniture: Because the original family's furniture was sold off in 1920, the new owners have filled the mansion with a blend of new and old belongings, decorating it deliberately as elegantly as if the original family still owned it.