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Riordan Mansion State Park

Built in 1904 by two brothers that married two sisters. Prominent pioneers, Timothy and Michael Riordan married sisters, Caroline and Elizabeth Metz. In 1904 the two families built this large mansion created of two homes each separated by a common billiard room.

The Riordan Mansion was designed by Charles Whittlesey the same person that designed the El Tovar Lodge at the Grand Canyon. Over a hundred years later, the mansion still exists today for all to enjoy as a treasure from the pioneer days of Flagstaff. The expansive home of rustic exterior, log-siding and stone arches has over 40 rooms expansed over 13,000 square feet of mansion living area and is still decorated with its original furnishings.

One-side of the mansion is reserved exclusively for guided tours while a visitor's center permits a self-guided tour. Visitors can arrange for meetings and private events. The picnic area combined with the Mansion backdrop is an ideal setting for weddings and features views of the San Francisco Peaks.

The Riordan Mansion
409 West Riordan Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
(928) 779.4395

Visit the Riordan Mansion Website for details, schedule and entrance fees.

This page was last modified on 21 December 2011 at 10:32
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