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Woodruff-Fontaine House - Memphis Museum - Memphi Weddings

The Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum is operated by the Memphis Chapter of the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities. More

Woodruff-Fontaine House (Memphis) - 2021 All You Need to ...

The Woodruff-Fontaine House, constructed on Memphis' "Millionaire's Row" at 680 Adams Avenue in 1871, was owned by two of the wealthiest and most distinguished residents in the history of the city. Am... As a Social Graces and Afternoon Tea instructor I visit historic houses built in the Victorian age. More

Woodruff-Fontaine House - Wikipedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Woodruff-Fontaine House is a historic building at 680 Adams Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee. It was constructed in 1871 on Adams Avenue, which was once known as "Millionaire's Row" in Memphis. It was designed by the Jones and Baldwin firm of Edward C. Jones and Matthias H. Baldwin. More

Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum - Venue - Memphis, TN ...

Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum is a stunning and historic wedding venue located in Memphis, Tennessee. At this venue space, you can plan an unforgettable event in a beautifully designed 19th-century historical mansion where weddings have been a tradition since 1871. More

Historic Woodruff-Fontaine House - Famous old Memphis Home

In 1960 the Memphis Chapter of the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities began public efforts to save the Lee and Woodruff-Fontaine buildings from demolition. With their initial fund drive of $50,000.00, restoration of the Fontaine House began in 1961. More

Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum Ghost Tour

The Woodruff-Fontaine House was featured on SyFy's Ghost Hunters! This is a fantastic and spooky tour of the landmark Victorian Village Mansion which was completed in 1871. Enjoy a unique tour of the dimly lit home with special emphasis on the family members who lived and died in the mansion. More