Marble House is back!
The iconic marble and marble nightstand is back in a new and improved, much bigger and better way.
The marble hill is back as well, and we’re thrilled to announce that you can now visit the new marble house and its surrounding area at the Marble House Museum of Art, located at the end of the road just north of the museum entrance.
The Marble Hill is located on the east side of the hill, between the marbles and the statue of a young girl.
You can visit Marble House today and check out the new interior design and architecture, including a new lobby and a new kitchen and dining room.
And, as usual, there’s an expansive and beautiful view of the downtown skyline to explore, as well as a large outdoor terrace with views of the waterfront and the Pacific Ocean.
Museum director Scott C. Anderson, a New York native, said he was inspired to create the Marble Hill because he wanted to make sure the building’s history and architectural legacy would be preserved and respected.
He said, “Marble House is a place where you can experience the magic of marble.
You can walk on marble, you can see marble in the sun, and it’s an unforgettable place to see marble.
It’s a place that has a story to tell, and that’s what we want to tell to our visitors and to the visitors of the surrounding area.”
The new Marble House will open in 2019, and will remain open for two months of the year to help visitors enjoy the spectacular views.
For more information, visit the MarbleHouse.org website.
For more photos, visit this gallery.