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Seelye Mansion, Abilene

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#3 of 7 in Things to do in Abilene
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  • We loved the Seelye mansion & the Eisenhower Museum. Both are a “Must see” when in Abilene, Kansas. We especially enjoyed the tour guides Terry & Michael at the Seelye mansion. 
    We loved the Seelye mansion & the Eisenhower Museum. Both are a “Must see” when in Abilene, Kansas. We especially enjoyed the tour guides Terry & Michael at the Seelye mansion.  more »
  • Constructed in 1905, the Seelye Mansion is a historic piece of Kansas that has some fascinating history.. 11,000 Square feet of a century+ of history. The one fact that blew me away was that Thomas....  more
    Constructed in 1905, the Seelye Mansion is a historic piece of Kansas that has some fascinating history.. 11,000 Square feet of a century+ of history. The one fact that blew me away was that Thomas....  more »
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  • A wonderful experience! 5 stars! Not only is this a stunningly beautiful house, it is not really a museum but is a tour of someone's actual house. The architect is the same one who designed the State Capitol and Frank Lloyd Wright had some input into interior design after the house was built. On top of that, this house was wired by Edison and featured some very new innovations of the St. Louis World's Fair at the turn of the century. This was well worth a visit.
  • A strikingly beautiful mansion. The guide is very knowledgeable about each part of the home and property. We were able to listen to an Edison cylinder on an old phonograph...which was so special. The guide also played the Steinway piano and the organ...which was very enjoyable. We also were able to bowl in their bowling alley...so cool!

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