Here’s what folks are saying about Riordan Mansion…

Riordan Mansion is referred to as among “the finest art and history museums in the country.” —American Heritage Guide to Historic Sites in the Southwest, January 2009

Riordan Arch“The mansion is one of the most important Arts and Crafts buildings in the American Southwest.” —Arts & Crafts Homes & the Revival, Winter 2008

“It’s unique. It’s special…but it is not a castle. It’s not excessive. It is something that people can relate to on an everyday level, and that is part of its appeal.” —Flagstaff’s Mountain Living Magazine, December 2008

“Its Arts & Crafts construction, Gustav Stickley furniture, and 40 rooms spread out over 13,000 square feet make this woodsy retreat a standout.” —Santa Barbara News-Press, September 2006

“The mansion is one of the nation’s best examples of the Arts & Crafts movement which shaped 20th century architecture and aesthetics… The mansion displays the finest material, an efficient but luxurious design, and the most modern conveniences of its time.” —Arizona Highways, May 2004

“The house was created under conditions that frequently produce notable architecture. The architect was imaginative, the builder was skillful, and the owners were tasteful and of means… Unlike many buildings that serve several generations, the Riordan Mansion remains virtually unchanged in its original form.” —Arizona Republic, June 1982, at the announcement that the mansion would become a state park


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    Riordan Action Network
    409 West Riordan Road
    Flagstaff, AZ 86001