The Curtin Mansion
The Curtin Mansion was built by Ironmaster Roland Curtin between 1830 and 1831. It is a classic example of symmetrical Federalist-style architecture, and its original floors, woodwork, and staircase survive. There are 15 rooms, furnished with original and donated pieces representing various periods of the 19th Century. You will see a cradle made in Curtin prior to 1840, a high-post mahogany bed dated between 1830 and 1845, Empire-style furniture from the latter part of the century, as well as period glassware, kitchen gadgets, clothing, and toys. There are even Native American arrowheads on display, collected from the vicinity. Your guide will highlight both the architectural features of the structure and Curtin family life at the mansion.