The Frederick Stegmaier Mansion was built in 1870 by locally renowned Victorian architect Missouria B. Houpt. Frederick Stegmaier, president of the Stegmaier Brewery, purchased the mansion in 1906. In 2001 Joseph Matteo acquired the mansion and meticulously restored it to its former opulence. Located in the River Street Historic District of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, The Frederick Stegmaier Mansion is operating today as a Historic House Museum, Banquet facility and Grand Bed and Breakfast. Come experience the legacy begun by Charles Stegmaier in 1857 when he started brewing beer in America, and learn how Stegmaier Gold Medal Beer got its name. Whether booking a wedding, private dinner party, over-night accommodations or a tour, make every event extraordinary as you experience the gracious hospitality and splendor of a time forgotten. The Frederick Stegmaier Mansion - where everyday is a special occasion.
Availability: Daily, Long Term, Minimum Stay (in days): one, Monthly, Weekly
Facility Amenities: Private Baths, Special Packages Available, Wi-Fi