The Weber House

Designed by architect Peter J. Weber in the 1930s as a family residence and conceptual showcase of his work, The Weber House is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is a recognized City Landmark. Built between 1932 to 1938, the house features an abundance of recycled and reclaimed materials, hand-carved details, innovative finishes, and some ahead-of-their-time systems. The Weber House serves as the headquarters of the Old Riverside Foundation and hosts our Salvage events.

Weber House Tours

We look forward to sharing the Peter J. Weber House with you on a personal tour!

Private tours of The Weber House are available for groups of six or fewer, Wednesday through Sunday, between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm. These tours are custom-booked, personal appointments: we are not open for tours unless these arrangements are made in advance. Tours typically last 30 to 45 minutes. We require 48 hours notice to schedule tours, and your reservation is nonrefundable in case of a no-show. Your reservation is not confirmed until you receive email confirmation from Old Riverside Foundation.

Please purchase one reservation for each member of your group, maximum six.

At this time, we require that all visitors wear masks and use hand sanitizer (available at The Weber House).

Restroom facilities are available at the Courtyard by Marriott, directly adjacent to The Weber House.

Tours are also available without reservations on a first-come, first-served basis as staffing allows during our Salvage sales (see our Salvage page for more details).

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