Linden Place Mansion

Linden Place Mansion
500 Hope St.
Bristol, Rhode Island
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Phone: 401-253-0390
Email: Use the online form to contact this property

This 1810 Federal-Style mansion, the "architectural crown jewel" of Bristol's historic waterfront district, was built by slave trader, George DeWolf. His descendents were in residence for 177 years, including Col. Samuel Colt, founder of Industrial Trust Co., the forerunner of Fleet Bank. Actress Ethel Barrymore also resided here and the house was featured in the film "The Great Gatsby." Linden Place has also been visited by four United States Presidents. The mansion is surrounded by gardens, French sculpture, and an historic ballroom building.

Handicap Accessible or Service Children Activities No Pets Allowed No Alcohol Allowed
Listing Category: Listing in Travel Guide, Listing on Web
Region: East Bay
Guide Category: Heritage- Mansions & Historic Homes
Access: Complete wheelchair access (H)
Admission: Charged
Discounts: AAA, Children, Groups, Military, Senior, Student
Family: Kid friendly
Method of Payment: Cash, Debit, Major credit cards, Personal checks, Travelers checks
Parking: Parking available, Parking free
Restrictions: Advanced notice required, Alcohol prohibited, Deposit required, No pets, Smoking areas available
Heritage Federal Registry: National Historic Landmark, National Historic Site, National Register
Groups - Comp policy: Driver, Escort
Groups - Parking: Free parking
Groups - Services: FAM tour participation, Greeter available
Functions - Catering: Offsite
Functions - Services: Computer access, Internet, Wi-Fi

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