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Salisbury House


category : Famous Homes
This 42-room mansion was modeled after the King's House in Salisbury, England. Built in the 1920s by the Weeks family, the home contains authentic 16th century English oak, extensive flintwork and rafters dating to Shakespeare's days. World-class collection of original art, tapestries, rare books. Featured on "America's Castles" in 1997. Special events such as Tea & Tour or Victorian High Tea available by arrangement.


Admission: Fee
Hours: Regular tours Tue.-Fri., Mar.-Dec. Call for additional tour times.
Address: 4025 Tonawanda Dr.
Phone: 515-274-1777
Our Email: contactus@salisburyhouse.org
Our Website:www.salisburyhouse.org

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