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We moved to Lebanon from northern Ohio one year ago and have been interested in learning about the history of the area. We found out about the Museum Day Visit which allows two people to visit a museum for free on a certain day and...More
My mother, 11 year old daughter and I went in early July 2017. The home is beautiful and (probably) interesting, but our tour guide was terrible. There is a historical marker out front. When we asked how it related to the house she had no...More
The mansion is beautifully decorated for the season. It is a beautiful home with just the period furniture but this is exceptional. The knowledgeable docents did an excellent job of explaining the history and architecture as well as this effort that went into this special...More
When in the vicinity of Lebanon, Ohio during December, a visit to the Glendower Historic Mansion, 105 Cincinnati Ave., is well worth the time. Situated on a hill overlooking Lebanon, this Greek revival mansion was built in 1845 and is beautifully decked out for the...More
Glendower defines the stately elegance of the 1845 era. Docents in hoop skirts are knowledgeable and welcoming. The Glendower is named after a Welsh hero, Prince Owen Glendower. We re-visit the Glendower for occasional concerts on the expansive lawn and for the Civil War Campout,...More
This is not a boring site with the same ole things, this is a beautiful home with lots of period antiques with lots of history and stories! We had a guide who was a young woman who knew what she was talking about. Very informative...More
If you like history this place is great. The docent was knowledgable and friendly. This home has been restored and decorated very well. Being a local I found the history interesting, but even if your not a local the tour would be enjoyable.