Lyon Hall
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Lyon Hall

Lyon Hall remained in the Lyon family from 1850 until 1997 when it was donated to the Marengo County Historical Society. Preserved best describes this historic house museum. Its many original Empire furnishings, glassware, china, quilts, volumes of books, and family portraits by Wilhelm Frye are set against the smooth-as-marble plaster walls and beautiful Greek Revival wood casings. Keep an eye out for the original faux graining of the interior doors. So well done you won't believe it's painted. Lyon Hall wears the patina of time. In addition to the architecture, art, and furnishings, Lyon Hall boasts original family documents, the family Bible, and numerous stories of the Lyon family. Community health is our first priority, and MCHS has taken measures to ensure you have a safe tour. COVID guidelines for LYON HALL • small groups of the same party, limited to 4 per tour at this time • tour guide and guests are required to wear masks at all times • guests will social distance from the tour guide at all times • hand sanitizer is provided when guests enter and required to be used upon entering

102 South Main Avenue Demopolis, AL 36732
(334) 289-9644
Open by appt
This experience may be open for on-site visitation; however, offerings and/or operating procedures may have changed due to COVID-19. Please verify details before you go and visit the COVID-19 Resources page for more information.
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(334) 289-9644

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  • 102 South Main Avenue
  • Demopolis, AL 36732
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