Built in 1907, the Putnam House is an American Foursquare built by Thomas Putnam, an early pioneer lumber man. The first floor has been partially preserved and is available to the public. The second and third floors are in the process of preservation and feature exhibits and historically furnished bedrooms. The Putnam House sponsors exhibits, performances, classes, demonstrations, and other historical, arts, humanities, family and community events.
Cost of Admission
- Admission: $3 adults, $2 students. Preschool free. School groups can arrange tours without cost by reservation.
- Hours of Operation: Coincides with special events. Call for details.