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Unique Arts and Craft Style Duplex...

That’s right 2 brothers married two sisters built 2 homes connected by the lodge style great room... read more

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A major must see!!

What a wonderful place to go! The house is so unique! The staff really knows their history of the... read more

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Reviewed 27 June 2017

Great tour and definitely a hidden gem that you wouldn't expect to see adjacent to the boring NAU architecture. This home is pretty warm on a hot summer day in Flag so go earlier in the day.

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Reviewed 4 June 2017

Riordan Mansion is definitely worth a visit. We joined a tour and the guide was great - providing detail on the family and building including the social and historic significance. The house is very interesting and a wonderful example of the Arts and Crafts style.

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Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

Went here on a rainy day in Flagstaff. It is a fascinating log mansion, built by the Riordan family who made their wealth in the logging industry. The mansion is actually two homes linked by a common area. The home is full of wonderful Stickley furniture. The guides are knowledgeable about the home and the families contributions to Flagstaff

Thank Thomas C
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Reviewed 4 June 2017

I was able to find this place only because I lived right next to it (the university is literally on the other side) but I definitely recommend this to my friends and family who are looking for something to do in Flagstaff. This is a mansion built around the 1920's by some very innovative owners. Walking through it was wonderfully restored and spacious, and tour guide was knowledgeable in his history. I thought it was beautiful mansion, and very unique even in 21st century standards. You have to pay to go inside and have a tour but walking around the house is free. It comes with little guides to the botany and certain structures. Overall, this is a bit hard to find as it isn't in the main touristy part of town, but certainly is well worth the visit. It provides a nice, quiet, knowledgeable afternoon that all will enjoy!

Thank MetStorm_
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Reviewed 26 May 2017 via mobile

This is an important piece of history for Flagstaff and is a beautiful house. The tour is worth it. The architecture is beautiful and you go in almost ever room of the house with your tour guide. This family was ahead of their time with ice boxes, natural AC and many more things. Ask questions!

Just a note. I think that the environmentalist spin put on these lumber company owners was a little too sunny to be real. I love the tour but I left with the info that these people never took advantage of anyone, which I believe limits the history of this family who owned Flagstaff.

Thank vmleach3
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