The St. Croix County Historical Society will present the annual Victorian Christmas Night on Friday, December 6th from 6 – 8:30 p.m. The tour will include the Octagon House museum and the Liberko’s historic Fourth Street home. Tickets are available at the Octagon House door, admission is $10 for adults and $3 for students. (No advance sales). This is a unique opportunity to see the Museum in its holiday splendor by the glow of lamplight with music and refreshments, as well as a beautiful Fourth Street home.
The Octagon House at 1004 3rd Street was built in 1855 for the John Shaw Moffat family. Mr. Moffat was a lawyer and Judge in St. Croix County. Four generations of the Moffat-Hughes family lived in the house before it was turned into a museum in 1964. During this special evening tour guests can see the Octagon House in all of its holiday splendor by the glow of lamplight just like the Moffats did.
Guests will tour the main level of the museums back door neighbor, the beautiful home of Historical Society members Tony and Stephanie Liberko. Their home was recently one of the houses featured in Hudson’s annual Christmas Tour of Homes.
Refreshments will be served in the Carriage House for tour goers and the Museum Gift Shop will be open for Christmas shopping.
The Gift Shop fully stocked with a selection of gifts and unique items for the home and garden. The Octagon House ornament will be available in the Museum Gift Shop. This beautiful ornament was custom designed by the Charleston Mint and is made of silver metal for and elegant keepsake of the historic Octagon House.