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Shandy Hall


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Step back in time and visit Shandy Hall, the historic 1815 home of Colonel Robert Harper. See 17 rooms filled with rare artifacts, most of which belonged to the Harper family. See the law office with original desk and chair, visit the parlor with exquisite American Empire furniture, and take a moment to view the spectacular banquet hall with scenic French wallpaper dating back to 1805. A must see is the downstairs kitchen, complete with wine cellar and buttery, which features a cheese press and original butter churns.



There are two formal gardens on site, including

a beautiful herb garden and one of a kind boxwood planted when Colonel Harper built the home. Visit Shandy Hall today!


Hours: Saturday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Address: Western Reserve Historical Society

6333 S. Ridge Rd.


Phone: (440) 466-3680
Our Email: slongert@wrhs.org
Our Website:www.wrhs.org

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