Discover one of the nation's finest examples of the American Aethstetic style at the Historic Chapin Mansion.
Henry and Ruby Chapin constructed their magnificent home in 1882. Donated to the City of Niles in 1933 it served as City Hall and is now administered by the Niles History Center.
Chapin Mansion Tour Schedule - The Chapin Mansion is now closed for the season. Tours will resume in the spring. Please check back for more information.
Check out the Niles History Center's new interactive digital tour of the Historic Chapin Mansion!
Virtual visitors can “tour” the house at their own pace. The technology is user-friendly, accessible for anyone with a computer and internet access. The Niles History Center recommends using a computer rather than a smartphone for the best experience. **If using an Android phone we recommend pasting the link in your internet browser.**
Chapin Mansion Virtual Tour
Colorful stained glass windows, beveled mirrors, impressive brass chandeliers, beautiful hand-carved wood work and nine fireplaces will transport you back to the ornate Aethstetic period of the 1880s.
Tours of the Chapin Mansion are led by trained docents and allow visitors an inside look into this beloved Niles landmark.
You can help be a part of history! Contact Christina Arseneau, Niles History Center Director, to make your donation today.
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