The Andrew Frame house was built in 1880 and stayed in the Frame family until Mabel Frame passed away in the early 1970s. From that time, until April 2017, it was used as attorney's office.
Today, the Frame family maintains the house as a family museum, and residence. It is an Italianate style home that has been extensively renovated and returned to its grandeur over the last few years, and the belvedere (4th story) has been rebuilt and put in place. Please be aware that the climb to the belvedere is steep and narrow.
Guests are welcome to participate in ongoing docent-led tours of the historic house every half hour.
This location is kid-friendly.
Photography and Filming Permissions:
During this event, photography and filming are NOT allowed.