Located on the corner of Madison and Turner in the King William National Historic District, the Villa Finale Visitor Center contains permanent exhibits on the history of the neighborhood, Walter Mathis, his collections and more. Our gallery is also host to changing specialized exhibitions throughout the year.
For guests traveling by automobile, the Visitor Center includes a parking lot where folks can conveniently leave their autos while they tour tour the neighborhood. The entrance to the parking lot is located off Turner Street. (Please be aware the Visitor Center parking lot is for patrons of Villa Finale only. The parking lot is locked at 4:00pm on business days.)
Admissions for tours are sold exclusively at Villa Finale's Museum Shop at the Carriage House (at the rear of 401 King Willliam Street) effective April 2, 2013. Call (210) 223-9800 for information during regular business hours.
Visitor Center Hours (as of April 2, 2013)
Tuesdays: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Wednesday - Friday: 9:30am - 4:00pm
Closed Saturdays and major holidays
Museum Shop and tour admissions have moved!
Villa Finale's Museum Shop and admission sales have moved to the Carriage House at 401 King William Street beginning April 2, 2013. The Museum Shop contains a great selection of books, souvenirs and unique merchandise. Click here for more information.
The Villa Finale Visitor Center is located at 122 Madison Street, on the corner of Turner and Madison. Main cross street for Madison is S. St. Mary's Street; main cross street for Turner is South Alamo Street.
Guests to the Visitor Center will be able to enjoy a permanent exhibit which orients them on our main themes: the history of the King William neighborhood, 401 King William Street (the house known as Villa Finale), Walter Mathis, and the Mathis Collections. Click here for more information on our permanent exhibition.
Admission to the Villa Finale Visitor Center and its exhibits is FREE.
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