The Park-McCullough House offers tours, public programming, and space for private events, bringing visitors closer to history - and to each other.
The house, a 35-room mansion built by skilled artisans over the course of 18 months, is a prime example of Second Empire design, and represents a specific period of architectural history in the United States. Influenced both by British opulence and natural patterns, architects, designers and artists in the Victorian era brought together many different themes with a special attention to detail.
Our cultural programming happens in (almost) every season. On our grounds and in our structures, we host a classical music series, a summer croquet league, membership meetings, theater productions, readings, dinners, music camps, and other public events.
Our mission is to protect and share history, which includes sharing our facilities for special occasions. Have your next special event with us - whether it is a wedding, business meeting, memorial, fundraiser, car show, or summer workshop - and share your history with ours.