In the heart of Ohio's largest Amish settlement. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this 28 room Queen Anne style home serves as the society's museum of Victoriana and collection of Holmes County history. Enjoy your visit with us. For a step back in time, walk through our elegant front door by clicking on the next button below to view several interior rooms of Victorian splendor. Our beautiful museum/mansion was built by L.H. Brightman a wealthy industrialist from Cleveland. The architect for the house was Fenimore C. Bate from Cleveland, Ohio.  Bates designed many buildings, both residential and commerical in his career in the Cleveland. The Brightman House,  now the Victorian House was built in 1901 and is approximately 7,000 square feet. The complete catalog of designs by Fenimore C. Bates are available at the Cleveland Landmarks Commission. His career spanned from 1876-1903.

We hope you enjoy your stay with us on your virtual visit and find the mansion inviting enough to visit us in person when you are touring Holmes County Ohio. The house has appeared  on "Victorian America", an HGTV production. It has also been written up in Victorian Homes magazine and must recently used for a full feature Hollywood production Love Finds You in Valentine. We love tour bus groups as well, so if you are a tour bus operator call us or click on group tours to arrange for special tour hours and dates.

Victorian House Museum Hours - 2023

The Victorian House and Millersburg Glass Museum open weekends only in March.  Full seasonal hours begin April 1-Oct. 31, Tues.-Sunday 1:00-4:00pm, Closed Monday. 


Victorian House Only - $10.00 Senior (60+) and Military active or veteran - $9.00

Millersburg Glass Museum - $5.00


Both Museums - $13.00


     Victorian House or Glass Museum (12-18)- $3

     Under 12 - Free

Bus/Group – Call for special pricing/times or Visit our group tour section

Holiday Museum Hours - 2022

HOLIDAY HOURS FROM Nov.19-Jan.7, 2023

Sunday - Thurs. 1:00 - 4:00 pm   Fri. - Sat.  1:00-8:00

This years theme "Songs of the Season" -  Rooms decorated in theme of a traditional Christmas  carol.


 GOOD NEWS! We have extended our holiday hours thru Jan. 7 to make up for the lost weekend. So if you didn't get to tour the mansion before Christmas you will now be able to tour thru Sat. evening Jan. 7. The hours continue next week thru Jan. 7 following hours. Week of Dec. 26 Mon.-Thurs 1:00-4:00pm Friday 1:00-8:00pm, News Years Eve 1:00-4:00, closed New Years Day and Week of Jan. 2 - 7 Monday - Thurs. 1:00-4:00, Friday and Sat. 1:00-8:00pm.