Tarrywile Mansion Open House

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 70 Southern Blvd, Danbury, CT 06810  See map
Tarrywile Manison, the "hidden jewel" of Danbury
Tarrywile Manison, the "hidden jewel" of Danbury
Tarrywile Mansion, built in 1897, is a stunning brown shingled, white trimmed 23-room Victorian Mansion. It is a fine example of Victorian-era home architecture. In 1987 was accepted and entered into the National Register of Historic Places.

Once a private residence, in the spring of 1990 the Mansion opened as a Community Center where weddings, parties, business functions and service meetings can be held.

With wedding season just around the corner, and brides searching for the perfect venue, we thought we would host several open houses in the coming months. We are hoping to give our prospective clients a chance to walk through the venue to get a better idea of our floor plan and what we have to offer. Our office staff will be available to answer all your questions or to give you a personalized tour on how our venue would work for your special event.

Please see the Mansion Rental Page for information on rentals. If you would like to see our upcoming Open House dates please see our ticketleap page; tarrywile2014.ticketleap.com.

We also encourage the public to come visit us and see an example of how life was in the late 19th and 20th century. Our walls are full of the Mansion's history, the woodwork and architecture is remarkable. Visit the office and request informational packets, we will strive to answer any historic questions you might have.

The event is free to the public but donations are welcome to help defray the cost of the Mansion's maintenance. Please contact our office at 203-744-3130 if you would like more information or have any questions.
Steven R DeVaux January 26, 2014 at 01:17 PM
Why would a Danbury catering venue be on a Brookfield Patch website as a news story? Doesn't Brookfield have Fox Hill and the Candlewood Inn?
Anne Marie Sholtes January 28, 2014 at 11:14 AM
Tarrywile Park and Mansion is open to residents not only of Danbury but also the surrounding area. We have hikers from many of the outlying towns who not only enjoy our park but also the historical significance of the Mansion and it's out buildings. We are free to the public and encourage all residents to come and take a look at "Danburys Hidden Jewel".


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