The Late Victorian-era Phelps family mansion recalls a day of opulence and elegance which represents a unique identifying chapter in the history of Carthage. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and decorated with period furnishings, the home remains little changed in the interior and exterior from the days when it was occupied by the busy productive family of William Phelps (1845-1916) who designed the residence and supervised its construction in 1895.Open April-November from 10-4 on Wednesday or by appointment for tours. The Phelps House is available year round for tours, dinners, luncheons and private events.
1146 Grand Avenue
Phelps House Website