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Thias House


category : Historic Homes
Historic three-story Victorian home built in 1888 by Henry Thias as an "ornament to the city" of Washington. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Missouri. Now open to the public as a restaurant and Bed & Breakfast. The third floor contains a book nook and antique shop.


Admission: Free admission for self guided tour.
Hours: Year-round
Address: 304 Elm Street
Phone: 636-239-0153
Handicapped Accessible.

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Thias House

Historic three-story Victorian home built in 1888 by Henry Thias as an "ornament to the city" of Washington. The home is list...