The Woodruff Fontaine
September 25 - October 30
THE MANSION COMES ALIVE WHEN THERE IS TALK OF THE DEAD.
Stroll the darkened halls and hear the tales of the first families while viewing our beautiful Victorian mourning collection displayed and staged throughout the mansion.
APTA Members always receive free admission!
Dinner with the Departed
October 8, 7pm-10pm
YOU CAN'T REFUSE A FORMAL DINNER REQUEST FROM OUR SPIRITS!
Join us for one night only as we host an exclusive dinner in honor of the departed Woodruff and Fontaine family members while exploring the fascinating and bizarre Victorian mourning customs.
The evening will begin in the club rooms of the mansion’s cellar with pre-dinner cocktails provided by Old Dominick Distillery before savoring a three-course meal held in true Victorian mourning fashion. While dining in an intimate setting, history will come alive with each course. As a finish to the evening, guests will stroll the darkened rooms and hallways of the mansion on a guided tour, listening as the secrets of those who lived and died within her storied walls are revealed. FIrst-hand accounts of the paranormal occurrences that have become the Woodruff Fontaine House legacy are waiting to be divulged!
"Houses are like people, some you like and some you don't like...
and once in a while, there is one you love."
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The Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum is operated by the Memphis Chapter of the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities.
Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum
680 Adams Avenue, Memphis, TN 381050