Cottonwood is an Italianate-style red brick mansion built c.1860. The beautiful mansion was built by William Holmes Jr. (1810-1892) on property inherited by his first wife, Mary Hoover (1802-1869). Come explore the 1870’s mansion & immerse yourself in local history of the Victorian Era.
Cottonwood Mansion Museum
- 740 Haldimand Road 53, Selkirk, ON, Canada
- 11:00 am-4:00 pm Thursdays & Saturdays
- Wheelchair Access
740 Haldimand Road 53, Selkirk, ON, Canada
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