It’s always nice, when the mayor welcomes our exhibits. This week, we have the pleasure of sharing with you both his endorsement as well as some interesting things about The historical Lamberton Estate. Each venue our lovely booker Sylvia forms a licensing agreement with, has its own unique charm and cachet. There is a special kind of peace felt, when one is in a large beautiful exhibit hall, baroque church, classic home or modern warehouse gallery. When we had the opportunity to show our Sistine Chapel exhibit in San Antonio at the reknown Lamberton Mansion, this was truly exciting and unique, which is why we released it as a Secret Location, adding to the mystery and fun of this nostalgic Texan gem. Secure YOUR time entry now!
The Lambermont Estate, was built in 1894 as the residence of Edwin Holland Terrell and his family. Inspired by the charm of the French Castles in France and much of Europe in the post-Napoleonic era. Edwin commisioned the castle be built for his bride and 6 children, now that’s romantic! It was built by Alfred Gilles, an Englishman specialized in Royale architecture and luxury builds of turn-of-century France.
Inside this gorgeous classic home, will be 3 floors of Frescoes. The first floor of the exhibit is wheelchair accessible. The 2nd and 3rd floors are not wheelchair accessible; not to worry, we will have the frescos display in poster size on the first floor level for those that can not walk to the upper floors.
This special exhibit is the opportunity to tour this historic mansion and its antique secrets, while viewing Michelangelo’s masterpieces at the same time! Do not miss your chance to see the awe and wonder of arguably one of mankind’s greatest artistic achievements, while allowing its visitors to experience this art from an Up-Close, Life-Sized, and Never-Before-Seen perspective.