Built at the edge of an unsettled frontier, this Greek Revival-style mansion stands as the only restored antebellum home open to the public in Waco. Fully restored in 1970, and moved to its present location, the Earle-Harrison house stands as a vestige of days gone by, a celebration of those who have gone before. The current embodiment of Earle-Harrison House is prized for the beauty of its botanical garden and grounds, as much as for the house itself. Surrounded by five acres of towering live oaks, manicure lawns,a 75-foot rose arbor, and a lily pond, this stately Greek Revivalstyle mansion holds a strong place in Waco’s history. The home’s stunning collection of 19th-century heirlooms is the perfect prelude to a picnic on the beautifully landscaped grounds.
Earle Harrison House
$5 per person
Please call to schedule a tour. Tours take between 30-60 minutes.