front of the winchester mystery house cloudy day

One of America’s most famous mansions may draw crowds for the invisible occupants, but the real magnificence is in the visible: those Victorian-era architectural trimmings. After all, the Winchester Mystery

illusions of the past

WINCHESTER MYSTERY HOUSE PRESENTS
ILLUSIONS OF THE PASSED—A THEATRICAL SÉANCE
WITH MASTER MAGICIAN AND ACCLAIMED APPARITIONIST

AIDEN SINCLAIR

THREE-PART SÉANCE SERIES TAKES

earthquake damage at the winchester mystery house

Let’s pretend for a moment. Imagine it’s April 18. The sun has yet to rise on this Wednesday morning. In fact, it’s so early that, unless you’re a farmer, you’re

The annunciator servant call box

House of the Past and the Future

Winchester Mystery House is like an amusement ride into the past. The 160-room clapboard mansion with turrets and towers may be a relic

Beer Garden at the Winchester Mystery House

The most unique location in Silicon Valley

The Winchester Mystery House, a sprawling 160-room Victorian Mansion built by Sarah Winchester in the late 1800’s, can be the site of your

Palo Alto, CA

In the late 19th century, if a European wanted to start a new life, they sailed to America. If Americans wanted one, they headed West. In the Golden State, the

In celebration of our beloved paranormal day, Friday the 13th, we want to take a moment to look forward to another popular event held here at Winchester Mystery House: Hallowe’en

“Babie Annie’ Winchester’s Grave Restored With Donations From WMH Fans

The beginning of Sarah Winchester’s tragic story can be traced back to a single moment – when she lost her only daughter, Annie, at just a few weeks old. Heartbroken

It’s All In the Details: Stained Glass

With the excessively large size of Sarah Winchester’s mysterious house, one can only imagine just how many windows there are here. Fortunately for us, we have over 10,000 panes of

Sarah Winchester: Spirited Lady or Spiritual Believer?

Probably the most persistent legend revolving around Sarah Winchester is that she not only believed in Spiritualism, but practiced the art herself.

Well-worn tales depict Sarah wending her lonely way

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