Warren Mansion Tours

Date & Time: June 9-11, 2017

Location: Furnace Town Living Heritage Village - 3816 Old Furnace Road - Snow Hill, Maryland 21863

Learn about the mysterious mansion in the Pocomoke forest, the family who built it and its patriarch Frank A. Warren.

Call 410-632-2032 to purchase tickets.

Friday, June 9, 2017
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Furnace Town
Welcome to "The Forest"
Enjoy a Wine and Cheese reception at the Warren Mansion followed by a guided tour of this unique and captivating home - built by early twentieth-century artist Frank Algernon Warren who named the home "The Forest". Learn the fascinating history of the mansion and how and why the Warren family moved to Snow Hill.
Cost: $55/pp

Saturday, June 10, 2017
10:30am - 12:00pm
Furnace Town
The House that Frank Built
Join us as we lead you on a tour of the Warren mansion and learn how it became the unique Spanish villa nestled in the Pocomoke Forest. The tour will guide you inside and outside the mansion where you will learn about the unique architectural design and construction techniques used to build this amazing 25-room early twentieth-century mansion.
Cost: $40/pp

Saturday, June 10, 2017
2:30pm 4:00pm
Furnace Town
The Art of the Mansion
Stroll through the Warren Mansion and admire the collection acquired by the Warren family as well as the works of Frank Algernon Warren - who was listed in Who’s Who in American Art throughout the 1920’s. Mr. Warren’s artwork is rarely exhibited and this tour provides a unique opportunity to see not only Mr. Warren’s art, but also the home and surrounding area that influenced his work.
Cost: $40/pp

Sunday, June 11, 2017
1:00pm - 2:30pm and again at 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Frank Algernon Warren: Bigger Than Life
Frank Algernon Warren, early twentieth century artist, eccentric, and local celebrity spent more than 30 years in Worcester County crafting an amazing legacy of art, architecture and creativity - and now you can explore his home. An amazing opportunity to tour the Warren Mansion with Frank Warren III. Learn family lore, visit the family cemetery, and walk the rooms of the family mansion and learn how one man impacted the life and culture of our region.
Cost: $40/pp


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