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Rosson House Museum [AZ]

This 2,800 square foot beautiful Eastlake architectural style Victorian home built in 1895 features 10 rooms and five fireplaces. Visitors can see what life was like for Rosson House residents of Block 14, owners and tenants both, in early Phoenix during Arizona's late territorial times all in its original location.

The museum offers exhibits, tours, and educational and recreational events.

 
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