Patterson Cottage MuseumThings To Do -> History and Heritage -> Cultural Heritage Sites (Liberty)
This little cottage was built by Dr. Armstead Patterson as a home for his aging parents about 1885. In 1895, when the business district of Liberty burned across the street from the Patterson home, the little cottage survived the fire. Today, it has been restored as a museum, and it remains the Town of Liberty‘s oldest surviving residential structure.
Public accessibility: Tours by appt only