Discover this 1895 Queen Anne Victorian house museum.
The Rosson House Museum at Heritage Square is a fully restored 1895 Queen Anne Victorian home located in the heart of downtown Phoenix, Arizona. They offer hour-long guided tours of the home, where visitors can see all of the living areas of the house. The house's original owner was Dr. Roland Rosson, who came to the Phoenix area in 1879 and worked as a general physician and surgeon. Dr. Rosson worked in his field in the Phoenix area from 1879-1897. Rosson married Flora B. Murray in 1880 and had seven children together.
Rosson was also involved in politics. In 1882, he was listed on the Democratic primary ticket, and then in 1884, he was elected as the Maricopa County coroner and public administrator. In 1890, Rosson won the office of the county treasurer and was elected for a second term in 1892. This historic home offers tours ($12 per person) on Fridays from 10 AM to 3 PM and Saturdays at 10 AM, 12 PM, and 2 PM. If you're visiting Phoenix, consider stopping by the Rosson House Museum.