By 1812Blockhouse

Explore the splendor of Kingwood Hall this year with a special opportunity to delve into the rich history and breathtaking interiors of the historic mansion. March offers the start of twice-monthly chances to witness the majestic Kingwood Hall in all its glory, with tours scheduled to reveal its secrets, including the seldom-seen third floor.

An Invitation to Elegance

Kingwood Hall stands as a testament to the lifestyle and tastes of Charles Kelley King, an influential figure in Mansfield’s industrial past. As the first electrical engineer at the Ohio Brass Company, King’s legacy is immortalized in his stately French Provincial-style mansion. The upcoming tours provide an unparalleled glimpse into the private world of this historical figure, offering access to areas of the home typically closed to the public.

Scheduled for March 12 and March 26 from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM, the first March event is an immersive experience into the past. The registration fee not only grants access to this exclusive tour but also includes admission to the sprawling Kingwood Center Gardens. However, attendees are reminded that advance registration is essential, as tours without registrations may face cancellation. Secure your spot here to ensure you don’t miss this rare opportunity.

A Realm of Natural Beauty

The Kingwood Center Gardens, surrounding Kingwood Hall, span over 47 acres of meticulously maintained grounds. These gardens are renowned for their stunning floral displays, exotic plant species, and serene woodland trails. The estate offers a feast for the senses, with tropical and desert plants providing a lush backdrop for an unforgettable visit. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a nature lover, or simply in search of a peaceful retreat, the Kingwood Center Gardens promise a captivating experience.

Seize the Opportunity

This March, seize the opportunity to experience the grandeur of Kingwood Hall and the enchanting beauty of Kingwood Center Gardens. Whether you’re drawn to the historical significance of the mansion, the botanical wonders of the gardens, or the exclusive access to hidden corners of the estate, this tour promises an enriching experience. Don’t forget to register in advance to secure your place in this unique exploration of one of Mansfield, Ohio’s most treasured landmarks.

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