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EXPERIENCE A LIVING HISTORY

The White House Hotel was built in 1868 and has been catering to guests for over 150 years. It was considered 'The Grandest Hotel along the line' and hosted many notable figures of American History. 

 

Restored to its former glory, the hotel now operates as a boutique hotel and museum, showcasing the grandeur of 19th century design. It is considered one of the last remaining examples of a post-civil war Victorian hotel. 

 

We aim to be a trusted historical establishment and to continue the legacy of the hotel with authentic, high class experiences. We will strive to offer new, innovative ways to share the facility with visitors, maintaining the hotel's heritage while simultaneously adding to its historical story.

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We have a beautiful, limited selection of rooms that have been fully restored to their 1886 resemblance. Each has a unique charm and personality, rich with history and 19th century luxury.

OUR ROOMS

TAKE A TOUR

The White House Hotel is fully restored to its post-fire revival, filled to the brim with period furnishings, classic art pieces, and stunning antiques. There is a wealth of history to be explored. Step back to the golden years of the steamboat and railroad and experience the luxury of the finest hotel on the line. The facility boasts a large ball room, a saloon, a kitchen, 18 rooms, a wine cellar, and a prohibition speakeasy. 

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SELF-GUIDED

 

Our most popular tour option.

Simply walk in the saloon doors and hotel staff will get you started!

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GUIDED

 

We offer guided tours during various festival weekends. Get in touch with us if you are curious about guided tour availability.

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LARGE GROUP

 

Have a large group looking for an event space, overnight stay experience, or group tour? We are happy to have you! Get in touch and let's see how we may assist you.

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