Established over a period of 1801 to 1807, Riversdale House Museum was built by Henri Stier and its construction was further taken up by his daughter Rosalie Calvert and her husband. Spread out over two storeys, the white structure stands proud and its extensive ground adds to its magnificence. Scriptures, detailed records of slavery, and Rosalie Calvert's letters shed light on the way of life in the 19th century. The house museum is open to the public and also hosts events and lets out the property for private functions. Guided tours are also provided on request.
- Riversdale House Museum
Riversdale House Museum
MM Mark Maleski Updated
4811 Riverdale Rd
House museum showing period furniture in traditional setting
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