Brown Mansion Museum

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Brown Mansion Museum You will take a step back in time to the elegant lifestyle of the early 1900's when you visit the Brown Mansion listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Completed in 1907 by W. P. Brown, the four-floor, 16 room Mansion contains the original furniture, wall and floor coverings.

The main floor has nine rooms, including the dining room featuring a signed Tiffany chandelier. The second floor houses the sleeping quarters with five bedrooms and three full baths, and a ballroom graces the entire third floor. A full basement features the butler quarters, laundry, heating system, walk-in ice box and storage spaces.

Acquired in 1973 from the daughter of the original owner and builder, the Kansas Visitor Information center is now located at the mansion. The Mansion also provides an elegant setting for a wedding, reception, special dinner or meeting.

Admission: Adult tours are $7.00/ ages 7-17, $3.50/ children 6 and under are free when accompanied by an adult.
Hours: March-October, M,Th,F, S, Sun Public tours every 2 hours. Nov-Dec, Sat-Sun. only Closed Jan-Feb, Tues and Weds. See website or call for exact times.
Address: Eldridge and South Walnut (Highway 169)
Phone: 620-251-2550
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Admission: Guided tours begin on the hour.

Combination tickets for both the Brown Mansion and Dalton Defenders Museum are $5 for adults and $3 for teens.

Group tours can be arranged by contacting the Coffeyville Area Chamber of Commerce: 620-251-2550

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