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McAllister House Architecture: A Moral Influence in a Country Home
Join us for a presentation about the history of the McAllister House architecture.
The McAllisters built their dream home on North Cascade using a design originally created by the famous landscape architect Andrew Jackson Downing in the mid-nineteenth Century. Downing viewed the family home as the center of American moral education and the focus of a middle-class search for the meaning of life.
McAllister House Museum Director, Eric Metzger, will give a talk on Downing’s influence on our nation, the Downing design, and why the McAllisters chose it for their own.
Contact: (719) 635-7925
423 N. Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
We have a parking lot behind the house for visitors. Drive down the alley between St. Vrain and Boulder and turn right.