Wistariahurst Museum

Local nameWistariahurst Museum
LocationHolyoke, USA

Wistariahurst is a historic house museum and the former estate of the Skinner family, located at 238 Cabot Street in Holyoke, Massachusetts. It was built in 1868 for William Skinner, the owner of a successful silk spinning and textile business, and is named for the abundant wisteria vines which cascade across its eastern facade. Originally constructed in Williamsburg in 1868, the mansion designed by Northampton architect William Ferro Pratt was moved to Holyoke in 1874, following the devastating flood which swept away the original Skinner mills. Since 1959 it has been operated as the Wistariahurst Museum, and is open to the public. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wistariahurst

Email boissellem@ci.holyoke.ma.us

Phone +1 413 322 5660

Address 238 Cabot St, Holyoke, MA 01040, USA

Coordinates 42°12'17.06" N -72°37'2.431" E

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