VIRTUAL MANSION
TOUR

During our temporary closure, PMH invites you to enjoy glimpses into the Fenyes Mansion from the comfort and safety of your own home through this unique virtual tour.

Please Note

The Museum is temporarily closed until further notice. For more information please read our Notice Regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

We encourage you to stay connected with PMH on social media for updates and online offerings, check out our Blogs for intriguing and insightful articles on a variety of topics, and explore the historic Fenyes Mansion at your convenience through the new virtual tour below.

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This Fenyes Mansion Virtual Tour offers online visitors a VIP all-access pass to explore the historic home’s highlights, as well as every intriguing nook and cranny! Click-on prompts in each room provide insights on specific items and Fenyes family history.

Recent Articles

Grace Madden Votes article (Scrapbook 112, p 60)

First Ballot Cast: Grace G. Madden Votes

While we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, it is worth noting that many women had won the right to …

The location of “Camp Idle a While” was described as a “well-shaded spot” of “fine Live Oak trees” in August 1899. An 1893 lithograph of Pasadena shows a cluster of trees west of California Street in the Arroyo, which may have been the site of the camp.

Camp Idle a While: An Arroyo Vacation in 1899

On August 9, 1899 the “Society Gossip” section of the Pasadena Daily Evening Star contained a brief note that “There is a merry party of …

movie night

Go to the Movies with the PMH Volunteers

Looking for your next book to read? Check out these recommendations from members of the Museum’s Volunteer Book Club.

Cold Storage House, November 10, 1920, ink on paper, 19.5 x 25.8 cm, Montecito, California. Sketched at the” old Home of Mrs Robert Louis Stevenson. Now home of Mr. & Mrs. Salisbury Field." (ESF.013.3433)

1920: Sketches from 100 Years Ago

For the Museum’s 100th blog, I thought it would be fun to look at sketches that Eva Scott Fenyes created 100 years ago. While Eva …