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Haas - Lilienthal House, San Francisco

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  • We were directed to the Haas -Lilienthal House by the concierge at our hotel, but they did not have a schedule for the tours. Here is the information listed at there site: The Haas-Lilienthal House is...  more »
  • We recently took a tour of the Haas-Lilienthal House. It is a must see attraction. What a beautiful piece of architecture! The Victorian/Queen Anne house was built in 1886 and survived both the 1906 a...  more »
  • Little known fact that there are very few historic homes open to the public in San Francisco. I was staying in Pacific Heights and happened to find the Haas-Lilienthal house nearby. I stopped in and h...  more »
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  • Looks like a great house to see but keep in mind that they are closed until Fall 2017.
  • Have attended and done many events for years long ago and then back again recently. Precious history and memories. Fantastic Staff. Very nostalgic and sentimental ambience. Amazing architecture.
  • I had the great pleasure of attending this last year and was so blown away by it that me and my family starting organizing a group immediately for this year. This year's script fell short of last year's ( which seriously was a masterpiece ) I felt the script for this year was a skeleton version of last years without the brilliance and fullness. Last year there was a very clear narrative with well executed scare features to match. My ten year old loved it but was seriously spooked. This year not so much. What separates this event from other haunted house experiences is that it is theatrical and depends on the "history "of the house making it into a gothic nightmare . As I said , last year was a complete theatrical experience . This felt like a thin appropriation . The yard scene was great for us while standing in line though but repeated too many times in the spook-easy . I will return next year with the hopes that the creators of 2014 are in on the writing .
  • a fascinating house to tour and see how a well off SF family lived a hundred years ago or so
  • I am a wedding coordinator and had a wedding here. This is such a lovely place to have an ideal wedding here. The vintage building, the romantic ambiance, and the tasty food are memorable!!! All of our guests enjoyed the beautiful day here! High recommend to our new couples!!!