Campbell House Museum

  • Museums | Museums/Galleries
  • Downtown
  • Downtown

One of the most accurately restored 19th Century buildings in America, reflecting the high-Victorian opulence of the 1880s. Home of renowned fur trader and entrepreneur Robert Campbell and his family, the museum contains hundreds of original Campbell family possessions including furniture, painting, clothing, letters and carriages.

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Grand look at historic home still standing downtown
Reviewed By jeansteck December 2016

This home has most of it's original furnishings brought back, along with excellent tour guides who will show you the entire home. President Grant ate many meals here and other historic dignitaries...

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Reviewed By Emma N April 2016

Extravagant home, well preserved and taken care of! Oldest house in the area. Mary Campbell spent more decorating this house than President Lincoln's wife spent decorating the White House!

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A Beautiful Place at Christmas Time
Reviewed By Tobaccopat December 2016

I arranged a private tour of the Campbell House for 12 friends on a Tuesday in December, a day when the museum is usually closed. Our guide was willing to spend as much time as we needed to see this...

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