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Effective January 1, 2015, the Governor’s Mansion State Historic Park will close to the public for an extensive renovation project. The Mansion will undergo preservation work, which will include necessary upgrades to aging electrical, plumbing, fire suppression, heating and air conditioning systems.

Since 1967, the Governor’s Mansion State Historic Park has welcomes visitors inside the home of the 13 governors and two private families who once lived here. Recently a $1 million preservation and maintenance project has transformed the mansion’s exterior and the carriage house back to pristine condition for the first time in decades. Now you and your family can enjoy this historic treasure as it was meant to be.

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Effective January 1, 2015, the Governor’s Mansion State Historic Park will close to the public for an extensive renovation project. The Mansion will undergo preservation work, which will include necessary upgrades to aging electrical, plumbing, fire suppression, heating and air conditioning systems.