Briggle House Museum
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the museum is included on several guided walking tours year-round and is the location of our Victorian Teas
Where to go
Where to park
There is not public parking at Milne Park and guests are not permitted to park along Harris Street. Please park at the Community Center at 103 South Harris Street.
About the museum
After marrying, William and Kathleen Briggle moved into a small cabin here in Breckenridge. Coming from high society in Ohio, Kathleen was not impressed and so she and William expanded the cabin into an elegant Victorian home. She entertained other women of Breckenridge, held concerts and taught music to local children in their large house.
What to expect
This museum is staged as the Briggle's may have lived there. Unfortunately, none of the furnishings are original to them, but they were wealthy citizens and that is reflected in the contents curated here. A tour of the home is included on several guided walking tours or you can join one of our Victorian Teas for a more in-depth experience. Click here for more FAQs.
History lovers and those interested in architecture and Victorian decor and customs.
What guests say
"One of the best places in Breckenridge for the history and the paranormal investigations."
Did you know?
This home was originally a small one-room cabin. When William and Kathleen moved here, Kathleen insisted on a more spacious and elegant home. You can still see the original cabin walls as they are much thicker than the other interior walls.
dates, times, and prices subject to change without notice; all activities weather dependent