The Lapham-Patterson House, located at 626 North Dawson Street is a Queen Ann-style cottage built during the winter of 1884-1885 for Chicago shoe merchant Charles Willard Lapham. The whimsical 6,000 square-foot house is a showcase for the progressive eccentricities of Lapham, his architect Tudor Rommerdal, and the late Victorian era in general. It was home to three families, hosted funerals and weddings, and has at various points both delighted sightseers and enticed school children with its unusual architecture. In 1975, it became Thomasville’s only National Historic Landmark. The home is available as a special event venue.
626 N. Dawson St., Thomasville, GA 31792
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Parking available on Dawson St.
The Lapham-Patterson House is open to the public for guided tours:rnrnFridays: 1PM-4PMrnrnSaturdays: 10AM-4PMrnrn
$8 for adults, $3 for children.
Cash, Check, & Credit Cards Accepted!
Please call 229-226-7664 for groups of 10 or more.
Dec 5, 2020
Apr 12 - Apr 14, 2019
Mar 20, 2019