LuRosa Atkins Manor Tour Home
The LuRosa Atkins Manor is a restored 1852 Victorian farmhouse and home studio for stained glass artist Ed Atkins and his wife, April. The Atkins share their home with the public by giving tours Wed-Sat from the first Wednesday in April through Dec. 19. Attractions include a doll room with more than 55 dolls, African Art room, and a Western room containing John Wayne relics and calvary swords. Ed designed and built 10 stained glass windows and a glass surface for the kitchen counters. The antiques in the home have been collected over the past 30 years and include 18th century tableware. Admission is $8 per person.