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he Kelton House Museum & Garden, located in the East Town Street Historic District, interprets urban life and the decorative arts in Columbus, Ohio during the second half of the 19th century, largely through the collection of the Sophia and Fernando Cortez Kelton family. eflecting the culturally diverse nature of the past and present, the Museum preserves and develops its facility and collections, interprets local history, educates the community and trains volunteers. The Museum provides a tangible representation of the mission of the Junior League of Columbus, Inc

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ELEGANT HISTORICAL MUSEUM & GARDENS...An extraordinary site for weddings, receptions, social events, business meetings, and other community events for up to 150. In business since 1979. See our website for more information.
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The Kelton House Museum & Garden is conveniently located near downtown Columbus.
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The Kelton House is lovely. The garden is beautiful & has a Celtic feel. I heard the story of a woman who owned it, & she was a real pistol. Love it.


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This house is HAUNTED and therefore makes for a very thrilling jaunt. It is included in the city's haunted house tour at Halloween; I have also been there on a few other occasions, including a wedding I was in. I have been to Shakespeare's home, I have seen the Louvre, and I am telling everyone, this place reeks of antiquity.

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