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“step back into history!”
Built in 1904 for two Riordan families, Riordan Mansion is an impressive reminder of gracious living in a small, territorial logging town. The historic building is an Arizona treasure — a remarkable example of Arts and Crafts style architecture featuring a rustic exterior of log-slab siding, volcanic stone arches, and hand-split wooden shingles. The expansive home has forty rooms, over 13,000 square-feet of living area, and servant's quarters. The Riordan residence was designed by the creator of Grand Canyon's El Tovar Hotel, Charles Whittlesey. Guided tours of the Mansion given daily, at the top of the hour. During Winter, tours begin at 11 am. Tour size is limited and reservations are highly recommended. Reservations are made by calling the Park at (928) 779-4395. Your guide will lead you through a pristine historic home filled with original artifacts, handcrafted furniture, and personal mementos of the Riordan families. The impressive home contains an exceptional collection of Craftsman furnishings with appointments by Edison, Stickley, Ellis, and Steinway. The first floor of the West Wing is included as part of the tour and provides displays about the family, the Arts and Crafts movement, and other local interests.
A slice of Arizona history, preserved! All of the well-known State Parks around here are showcases of natural beauty, so going to some old mansion really feels like a step off the beaten path.... Read more
I was looking for something new to do on our quick anniversary trip to Flagstaff and found The Riordan Mansion. My hubby is a woodworker and loves craft style buildings and Stickly furniture so... Read more
This has got to be one of the most extraordinary homes in Arizona. With hot and cold water, electric lights, and heating - all state of the art for being built in 1904! As incredible entrepreneurs... Read more
Riordan Mansion State Historic Park
- Sun - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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