“Layers of the Past: Construction History of the Banning Mansion” – Saturday, June 22, 10:00 am
Friends of Banning Museum continues its Keeping History Alive Lecture Series with
“Layers of the Past: Construction History of the Banning Mansion”
The Banning mansion was built by Phineas Banning in 1864. The 23-room Victorian residence remains the finest example of domestic Greek Revival architecture in Southern California. The home’s construction symbolized Phineas Banning’s confidence in the future of his community.
The lecture presented by Museum Director, Michael Sanborn, will focus on the evolution of the Banning residence and will include the current painting and restoration project that the residence is undergoing. There will be a Q&A session after the lecture.
Friends of Banning Museum Members & children under 12 FREE.
$5.00 for non-members
(310) 548-2005 for more information & to RSVP