The nonprofit Heritage Preservation Trust was formed in 2006 and acquired

Lilian Place in 2009. This beautiful Victorian is the original home of one of the founding families of Daytona, the Thompson's.  Lilian Place is now a wonderful 1884 Victorian Museum open for tours.

 

In 2012, the Trust acquired the 1905 Historic Hotchkiss House original home of Eli Hotchkiss "the Stapler King" and is now the Lilian Place Heritage Center cultural event site.

Both historic properties were saved through Volusia County ECHO grants.

 

These are two of the oldest and finest examples

of late nineteenth century architecture

on Daytona beachside.

 

Step into the past for a tour of the oldest grand home on Daytona beachside

or join us for one of our events a Victorian Tea, a History Social,

or a History, Spirits & Legends Paranormal Investigation!

And now the new Honey Bee Yard (apiary) and Halifax River Blueway access

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LILIAN PLACE 1884 VICTORIAN MUSEUM  
GUIDED TOURS OPEN DAILY  1-4:30PM*
*closed Tuesdays and the 3rd Monday each month.
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VICTORIAN TEA

Step back into the past and enjoy a Victorian Tea

Step into the past at

Lilian Place Heritage Center