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Farrington Hall


category : Historic Homes
Adding to his famous Rajah Lodge home and gardens, 3-term congressman and coal mine owner William F. Aldrich built elaborately decorated Farrington Hall in 1908 as his personal library, office and recreational area.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open Th-Sat. 10-4, Sun. 1-4, or by appt.
Address: 124 Hwy. 203

Phone: 205-665-2886

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Farrington Hall

Adding to his famous Rajah Lodge home and gardens, 3-term congressman and coal mine owner William F. Aldrich built elaborately decorated Farrington Hall in 1908

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