Step around ancient magnolia trees and explore a bygone era of fashion at the Woodruff-Fontaine House, a Memphis gem. This beautiful French-Victorian mansion was built in 1870 on the esteemed 'Millionaires Row'. Inside, you're free to explore an extensive collection of Victorian-era fashion, from wedding gowns to lace tea dresses, corsets, and kid...
- * Last entry is half an hour before closing * Self-guided tours only Free entrance for children under 10, no ticket required. * Present your smartphone ticket to the front admissions desk * For reduced tickets, please bring a valid proof of eligibility * The Woodruff-Fontaine House is QR-code accessible to provide information for self-guided tours * Parking is available behind the Carriage House located off Washington and Orleans * Please check the most up-to-date hours [here](https://www.woodruff-fontaine.org/visit-us)
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