Summer is here which means you can visit the Neely Mansion.
An elegant Victorian home of days gone by, Neely Mansion has been lovingly restored to its former glory. Five diverse families once called this their home and each room is a reflection of a family and the time period in which it was occupied. Constructed in 1894 by pioneer Aaron Neely whose family arrived via the Oregon Trail, the Neely Mansion was home to Swiss, Japanese, and Filipino immigrant families. The Hori Furoba Bath House was built in 1930 and recently restored to give visitors a glimpse of Japanese traditions and lifestyle during the ensuing decades. Mary Olson Farm is open Saturdays from June 1- August 31, 2019 from 1PM - 4PM. Suggested Donation: $3
Come visit for some Special Celebration:
WHEN: June 22, 2019
Celebrate the 125-year-old Mansion and honor the five diverse families who lived and farmed at this National Historic Site from the Victorian Era through the 1980s. Live period music, dance performances, tours and refreshments will fill the day with fun for all! Free event.
Anniversary ceremonies from 11:00am to 12:00pm; tours and continuing celebrations until 4:00pm.
July 27, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
12303 SE Auburn-Black Diamond Road, Auburn WA 98092
A variety of vendors will offer vintage clothing, furniture, home decor, jewelry, spun wool items and handmade collectibles as well as plants, flowers and produce. The Neely Gift Shop and Master Gardeners will have a booth. Tour the historic house, gardens, vintage farm equipment and 1930s Japanese bathhouse. $3 per adult.
WHEN: August 24, 2019 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Celebrate our local Filipino-American Community as well as the Acosta Family and farm workers who lived at the Mansion for over 40 years. Visit the Acosta Tool Shed and view the dedication ceremony making their family plow a permanent part of the Neely Mansion Vintage Farm Equipment collection.
Enjoy Filipino refreshments, music and dance performances and Mansion and grounds tours. $3 per person.