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Love This House: Preserving a National Historic Landmark

June 11–September 4, 2022 | Outisde Fifth Third Gallery

In 2021 and 2022, the Taft Museum of Art partnered with GBBN Architects and HGC Construction to preserve the exterior of the Baum-Longworth-Sinton-Taft house, a National Historic Landmark. The house was built around 1820, making it downtown Cincinnati’s oldest wooden residence in its original location. Investigation prior to the project revealed significant water damage to the wooden siding and the structure beneath. In this small display, learn more about how the house has been preserved for future generations, and how the project will also help protect the art collection within.


Save on admission when you buy online! Admission is free for Taft members and active military with ID* (must present at admissions); $8 for guests of members; $18 non-members; $16 seniors and children; Pricing available for groups of 10 or more. Get in touch to learn more.

Includes admission to Jane Austen: Fashion & Sensibility, Jane Austen in London: A Wall-Sized Mapand the museum’s permanent collection galleries located in the Taft historic house. 


Exhibition Support Generously Provided by

Ellen and George Rieveschl Endowment
Warrington Exhibition Endowment
Chellgren Family Endowment
Sallie Robinson Wadsworth Endowment for Exhibitions

         Special thank you to the faculty and students of the Media Production Division at CCM

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