Conrad Mansion Museum
The Conrad Mansion is one of the most outstanding examples of luxurious pioneer living and period architecture in the Pacific Northwest. The building itself remains unchanged since Spokane, Wash., architect Kirtland Cutter designed and built the home in 1895 for Charles E. Conrad, a founder of Kalispell, and his wife Alicia. Ownership and occupation of this beautiful Norman-style mansion remained in the family until 1974, when the Conrad's youngest daughter, Alicia Conrad McCutcheon Campbell, gave the home and its contents to the city of Kalispell to be maintained in perpetuity as a historic site in memory of her parents.
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