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2015 Season Opens

The eagle is from one of the four wall murals original to the first period of the c.1716 Warner House. The eagle is from one of the four wall murals original to the first period of the c.1716 Warner House. Graphic by James Smith
 
 

Warner House Welcomes You To Our 83rd Season!

Today, The Warner House opens for the season! Soar on in for a tour from 11 to 4!

Since 1932, the Warner House has opened its doors to the public as a house museum. The house has been home to sea captains, merchants, explorers and even a royal governor. Truly unique to the c.1716 brick house are the wall murals:  the oldest, extant, Anglo-American wall paintings in America!

The eagle pictured must have flew off its mural, so this season, plan a visit and make sure its back on the wall clutching its prey.  Help support the house and the preservation efforts of its contents like the murals by becoming a member.