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Hay House
Western Reserve Historical Society Museum
10825 East Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Voice: 216-721-5722

The centerpiece of the History Museum is the Hay House, a mansion built in 1911 and designed by the son of President James Garfield. Tour the expansive parlors and living areas featuring every amenity available at the turn of the century. Then discover what life was like for the servants who kept the house running.

This is a beautiful mansion that is graciously furnished. The attention to detail in the woodwork and the architects design will amaze you. As you tour the mansion, you can easily imagine the glamorous affairs that were held here.



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