Salisbury House & Gardens

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Libraries-MuseumsArts, theatre, music, danceEntertainment-MusicEventsFacilities RentalNon-Profits

About Us

Salisbury House is a 42-room manor estate built in the 1920s by cosmetics magnate Carl Weeks and his wife Edith. The house is filled with the Weeks Family’s worldly collections, ranging from rare editions of literature from William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, James Joyce and D.H. Lawrence, early edition Bibles and Books of Mormon, art collections spanning the globe from Renaissance Europe to Midwestern modernism, Native American art, musical instruments, and much more.

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Kit Curran
Executive Director