Vicary Mansion

The Vicary Mansion was built overlooking the Ohio River in 1829 by Captain William Vicary, a retired Philadelphia merchant sea captain and land speculator. On Vicary Day, a series of authentically historic classes are offered to teach the crafts of the past, such as weaving, spinning, lacemaking, quilting, woodcutting and gardening. With many educational and entertaining programs, the Vicary Mansion is a beehive of activity!  

Our partnership with the Beaver County Historical Research and Landmarks Foundation provides special virtual programming and educational materials. In lieu of the suggested donation, check-out the experience kit and receive credit for our Experience Kits raffle!  

This experience kit also comes with access to educational information, itinerary ideas, and other fun content, as part of our partnership with the Heinz Center Affiliates Program. Contact us at 412-885-2255 for more information! 


Virtual Experience Kit

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