Tour the Bartholomew House

Visit our History Center and receive a FREE tour of Richfield’s Oldest Home, the Riley Bartholomew House. The “B House” has witnessed Richfield change from an agricultural community, to a truck-farm town, to one of the earliest and fastest growing suburbs. Whether its 19th-century decorations delight or confuse you, you don’t want to miss this Richfield treasure.

Open from May-November.


Address

Richfield Historical Society
6901 Lyndale Avenue S.
Richfield, MN 55423

Hours
Wednesdays and Saturdays 12 – 4 pm
FREE admission.


Bartholomew House Restoration Project

Help us restore the Bartholomew House!
Richfield’s Oldest Home, the Riley Lucas Bartholomew House, is in need of repairs to keep it standing and available to tours. The Richfield Historical Society has gathered Legacy Grant Funds to create a structure report which you can see pieces below. The next step is to actually do the work needed. Please consider becoming a Historical society sponsor or a Bartholomew House Friend donor. If you are would like more information please contact us or visit our History Center.

*Small group tours are still available at this time. We are no longer permitting tours of the second floor.

Board President Jon Wickett presenting about the project at the May City Council Meeting, 2019