Preservation, Conservation and Restoration

Since opening to the public in 1941, the Victoria Mansion property has undergone many projects to conserve and restore the remarkable 1860’s interiors and exterior brownstone. Though little is known about specific projects during the early decades of the museum’s existence, much of the work since 1971, when the Mansion was added to the National Registry, is well documented. What follows is a brief timeline of major projects and initiatives.

For more information on current projects, contact Director of Development Audrey Wolfe at or click the link below to donate today.

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