This is a 100 year old mansion built at the top of a hill. They have improved wheelchair access recently. There is a first floor bathroom that is accessible but not to ADA standards but you can take a companion in. There is some parking close by but nothing is level and the majority of parking is at the bottom of a hill. It has huge porches that are used for receptions which are on one level but a different level from the interior and only one door is accessible. Always beautiful at Christmas. There are often exhibits but they are usually upstairs which is not accessible.
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