OVERHOLSER MANSION (1903)
Heritage Hills Historical Preservation District 405 NW 15th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73103 (405) 525-5325

Overholser MansionOpen: Tuesday through Saturday: 10 am to 3 pm. Tours on the hour.
Closed: Mondays, State Holidays, and during the month of January.
Directions: From I-235, exit at NW 23rd Street, west to Hudson Avenue, turn left (south) and go to 15th Street; turn right. From I-40 (westbound), exit on Classen Blvd., north to 13th Street, east to Walker, left to 15th. From I-35 (northbound), west on I-40 to Classen, and see above. From I-35 (southbound), take I-40 west to Classen Blvd, and see above.

This three-story French chateau-style home is fitted with the original furnishings of the Overholser family, including Brussels lace curtains, English carpets and French stained glass windows. It was the home of the prominent Oklahoma City leader and financier Henry Overholser and the focal point of Oklahoma City society, hosting many prominent cultural and political figures of national importance. It is owned by the Oklahoma Historical Society. The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Oklahoma has restored and maintained the nursery and provides financial support and volunteer docents.

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Photo Credit: Erik Kvalsvik.