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Seelye Mansion, Abilene

(4.7/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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  • Terry is the best. He opens his home to people so they can enjoy the history as much as he does. So many wonderful relics maintained in mint condition it will astonish you. He lets you tour almost the...  more »
  • This beautiful, historic, mansion contains a number of amenities that will dazzle most any visitor. The Brass lighting installed by Thomas Edison himself was made with a lost chemical finishing proces...  more »
  • We have seen historic homes in almost 50 states and this ranks right up at the top. It was built in 1905 and contains all the furnishings and treasures of the original owners. The tour guide lived in ...  more »
  • We visited years ago when we were traveling through Kansas. Very interesting tour, loved hearing about the Sisters. It was wonderful seeing how the home was preserved and now was being cared for by the current owner.
  • Wonderful! Enjoyed the tour of this beautiful home very much! The bowling alley was so much fun. Plan to visit sgain!
  • This house is amazing!!! Have seen things in it that my husband & I haven't seen in older homes before. Met the current owner & he lives there as well. He bought the home from the daughters who grew up in it. It's well worth seeing.
  • Very good tour and educational. Lots of good info about Abilene people.
  • The mansion it's self is amazing! A lot of great history! A 3 hour tour with no running A/C on the first two floors was uncalled for! Since the modern digital wall climate controller reading was 81° on those floors! I would have loved to learn more about the mansion and it's furnishings but our guide was more interested in telling us about the sisters that sold the mansion to him.... Which was great at first but after the first hour my patience started to fray! Too Hot and Too Long!