City of Seneca, South CarolinaMonday, November 20, 2017
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The Lunney Museum




The Lunney House Museum is a 1909 Queen Anne style bungalow, carriage house and "two seater outhouse." Architect Charles Christian Hook  Former residence of Dr. W.J. & Lilian Mason Lunney. The arts & crafts interior features art glass windows - original chandeliers - long leaf pine woodwork and quarter sawn oak mantel - English fireplace tiles - flat panel wainscott with burlap inserts - a 1866 Chickering & Sons "cocked hat" parlor grand piano - permanent exhibit "Life Journey of the Lunneys" - Architecture and Exhibit "speaking in one historic voice."

Visit the Official Web Site of The Lunney House Museum: LunneyHouseMuseum.org

Open to the public Thursday through Sunday 1:00 - 5:00pm. Other hours by appointment. Admission by Donation.

211 W. South 1st St, Seneca SC 29678. Call 864-882-4811 for more information.

Listen to The Lunney House Christmas Radio Spot