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Inside, cozy candlelit rooms reflect the taste of the 18th century along with colorfully painted walls, woodwork and floors; Queen Ann, Chippendale and Hepplewhite style furniture, and oriental style rugs finish the house.

The Parlor
Here Queen Ann and Chippendale furniture give a glimpse of 18th century style. The china is Imare.

The Myrna Loy 
Dining Room
The classic style and cool blue walls are tempered by the faux painted tile floor.

The Kitchen
Here is a look at a very popular china pattern of the 18th century, even yet today, Blue Willow.

Dr. Preston Bradley
Sitting Room
This room would have been very stylish in 1800 with the Hepplewhite card table and striped wall paper.

The Kukla, Fran
 and Ollie Bed Room
If you look very closely you'll see Kukla and Ollie punched in the tin of the fire screen.  It was made by Lynne Weber who grew up in the house with her brother Ted.

The Aaron Gold
 Bed Room
This tester bed would have been the most costly piece of furniture in a colonial home, and probably not for the reason you think.  Bed rooms were often used for entertaining a guest for tea.

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Open 7 Days A Week
Tours Are Only $10.00 Per Person

Tours Are Daily From 10:00am - 5:00pm / April through October

Unplanned Closings May Be Possible - Please Phone Ahead - 815/672/8327

Please allow an hour and a half for your visit to the Weber House and Gardens.


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(Such as school field trips or community tourism groups)
Please contact us today at (815) 672-8327


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The Weber House and Garden is Located at 1503 Baker St. in Streator, IL

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