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March 1 thru November 24
    Tuesday thru Saturday
    Guided Tours: 1 pm & 3 pm
    Tours are on the hour
    Check in 15 minutes early
    CLOSED Sunday & Monday

January and February
    Closed for cleaning

Please see Events and Closings on the Welcome Page for Special Events and closings.

The Brown Mansion is a
wonderful venue for your
upcoming meetings or any
special events. Contact our
Event Coordinator,
Linda Follett, at
620.688.2042 to
schedule your event today!

Brown Mansion
P.O Box 843
South Walnut & Eldridge
Coffeyville, Kansas 67337

Chamber of Commerce
P. 620.251.2550
Brown Mansion

P. 620.251.0431
P. 620.688.2042


Welcome to the Brown Mansion

It's Christmas at the Brown Mansion!

We invite you to visit Coffeyville's historic Brown Mansion during the holidays. All the rooms are beautifully decorated by local businesses, organizations and/or individuals. Over 35 trees are displayed throughout the beautiful home.


Candlelit tours will be held at the Mansion on:

  • Sunday, December 9
  • Wednesday, December 12
  • Sunday, December 16
  • Wednesday, December 19 
  • Saturday, December 22
  • Sunday, December 23

Candlelit tours will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cost per person is $5. The Brown Mansion is located at South Walnut & Eldridge, in Coffeyville, Kansas.

All proceeds from these fundraising efforts will go towards the restoration and maintenance of the historic Brown Mansion.

Come enjoy the holiday season at Coffeyville's Brown Mansion!

Decorators for the Brown Mansion are:
Main Floor:

  • Entry and Grand Staircase – Coffeyville Community College
  • Portico and Front Door – Mary Downing and Sara Bromley
  • Great Hall –Kim Hearson, Amanda Rains, and Jamie Pool
  • Great Hall Train - Paul and Trudie Kritz
  • Parlor – Coffeyville Resources
  • Music Room - Coffeyville Historical Society
  • Library - Community State Bank
  • Solarium - Coffeyville Area Community Foundation's Junior Advisory Council
  • Dining Room – Samantha Kudrick and Beth Hurd
  • Butler’s Pantry – Kris Crane and Mary Hayes
  • Kitchen – Emma and Jamie Pool
  • Fire Hose Tree – Tami Caresio 
  • Billiard Room/Gift Shop - Charlie and Kris Crane
  • Landing 1 – Coffeyville Community College
  • Landing 2 – Lauren and Virginia King

Second Floor: 

  • Seamstress Room – Carolyn Francis and Nell Mann
  • Violet's Room - Pam and Courey Feerer
  • Guest Bathroom – Community National Bank
  • Donald's Room – Genette McVey and Cammy Smith
  • Master Bedroom – 12 Teachers and a Book
  • Taft Room – Carter Automotive Warehouse


  • CCC Ag Department
  • CCC Marketing Department
  • CCC Nursing Department
  • City of Coffeyville
  • FKHS Stuco
  • FKHS Cheer
  • FKHS Dance
  • FKHS Key Club
  • FKHS Native American Club
  • FKHS Rachel's Friends
  • Holy Name Catholic School
  • Junior Advisory Council
  • Magic Basketball
  • Relay for Life
  • RMS Storm Chasers
  • Rotary
  • Smoke Room - Nativity Scene - Denise and Bob York
  • Arneda and Bob Shelton
  • Emma B'Hymer
  • Rylin Richardson
  • Sheila Hayes, Janet Seefelt, Jeanette Goodwin and Jordan Hayes
  • Amanda and Justin Doane

Outside Decorations

  • Kiwanis and FKHS Key Club
  • Denise and Bob York

Twelfth Night - Become a Friends of the Mansion Member

Christmas at the MansionCome and visit the Mansion on Twelfth Night, January 6 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.. and become a member of Friends of the Mansion.

The halls and rooms of this national register home are bedecked with holly, lights, trees, ribbon, and other Christmas decorations.

Don’t miss this chance to enjoy
entertainment from local musicians, to tour the elegant Mansion glowing in her holiday dress, and to enjoy refreshments.

Join the Friends of the Mansion and
donate your time, talents and/or funds.

If you cannot attend but wish to support the Mansion, please mail your membership fee to:

Treasurer, P.O. Box 843, Coffeyville, KS 67337.

What is "Twelfth Night"?

Twelfth Night is a festival that concludes the Twelve Days of Christmas. It is said to be the last day of the Christmas festivities and observed as a time of merrymaking.


Food and drink are the center of the celebrations in modern times, and all of the most traditional ones go back many Christmas at the Mansioncenturies. The punch called wassail is consumed especially on Twelfth Night, but throughout Christmas time. Around the world, special pastries, such as the tortell and king cake are baked on Twelfth Night, and eaten the following day.

In colonial America, a Christmas wreath was always left up on the front door of each home, and when taken down at the end of the Twelve Days of Christmas, any edible portions would be consumed with the other foods of the feast.

The same held true in the 19th-20th centuries with fruits adorning Christmas trees. Fresh fruits were hard to come by, and were therefore considered fine and proper gifts and decorations for the tree, wreaths, and home. Again, the tree would be taken down on Twelfth Night, and such fruits, along with nuts and other local produce used, would then be consumed.


Upcoming Events/Closings
  • Candlelit Christmas Tours
        9, 12, 16, 19, 22, 23
        5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
        $5 Admission
  • Twelfth Night
         January 6
         Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • January-February

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