Facilities available at Riordan Mansion State Historic Park.
Park hours are:
Winter Hours - Nov 1 to Apr 30
The Park is open Thursday - Monday from 10:30am. to 5pm.
Tours begin on the hour at 11am., Noon, 1pm., 2pm., 3pm. and 4pm. Closed Tuesday & Wednesday, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
The Park is closed Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day.
Summer Hours - May 1 to Oct 31
The Park is open daily from 9:30am. to 5pm.
Tours begin on the hour at 10am., 11am., Noon, 1pm., 2pm., 3pm. and 4pm.
The Park is open everday from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm until Oct. 31, 2014. Tours begin on the hour at 10 am, 11 am, Noon, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm and 4 pm. Reservations are recommended, call (928) 779-4395.
Photography & Videotaping is not permitted during guided tours. Photography for personal use is permitted on the grounds. All tours leave from the Visitor Center.
A descriptive handout is provided for a self-guided tour of the estate surrounding the mansion. This self-guided tour is handicap accessible. The Visitor Center maintains an interesting exhibit area, informative slide program, and a children's "touch table." and several brochures are available describing Flagstaff's cultural, natural and historic attractions. We also provide picnic tables and the opportunity for visitors to arrange special events, meetings or private functions at the park. The Mansion is also a popular backdrop for weddings.
This park has modern, handicap accessible restrooms in the Visitor Center.
This Park has a gift shop in the Visitor Center with beautiful coffee table books on the Arts and Crafts Movement, Flagstaff history and childrens' history books. Souvenir items such as T-shirts, lapel pins, and magnets are also available.
This Park is essentially an historic house museum. The Visitor Center, formerly the family automotive garage, has introductory interpretive exhibits on the history of the Riordan Family, including a video. Personally guided 45-minute interpretive tours of the house, featuring information on Riordan family history, and Arts and Crafts style architecture and furnishings are given daily, on the top of the hour.
The West House has exhibits on Arts & Crafts, Native American pottery & baskets, photographic window panels, Lumber & Logging, and a model of historic Flagstaff.
The front courtyard of the mansion is available for weddings and quiet gatherings. See Weddings for details. The Visitor Center is available for group use in the evenings; contact the park for details.
This Park has picnic tables in the parking area available on a first-come, first-served basis during Park hours.
This Park is located in the City of Flagstaff. Ravens, crows, house sparrows, finches, and juncos are commonly seen. Occasionally, an Abert squirrel, chipmunk, or a sunning lizard can also be seen. In summer months, hummingbirds may buzz by for a drink of nectar from flowers.
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