Flavel House Museum

Clatstop County Historical Society, Flavel House Museum

As one of the best preserved examples of Queen Anne architecture in the Northwest, the Flavel House survives today as a landmark of local and national significance. The house was built in 1884-85, for Captain George Flavel and his family. The Captain, who made his fortune through his occupation as a river bar pilot and through real estate investments, built the Flavel House as his retirement home at the age of 62. The Flavel House has been restored to accurately portray the elegance of the Victorian period and the history of the Flavel family.

 

Admission Fees - Flavel House
Open 11a.m. to 4 p.m. daily 
October thru April
(Last Entry at 3:30)
May through September
Open 10 AM to 5 PM Daily
(Last Entry at 4:30)
Adult $6.00
AAA/Senior/Student $5.00
Youth (6-17 years) $2.00
Children Under Six No Charge

Where is the activity?

Clatstop County Historical Society (See address and directions on the rightbelow)