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What is Villa Finale?

Villa Finale was the last home of local preservationist, Walter Nold Mathis who was instrumental in the revitalization of the historic King William neighborhood.

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Upcoming Closures & Schedule Changes

Villa Finale will be closed on the following days…

Closed Monday, August 1st through Tuesday, September 6th

Closed Friday, October 7th through Monday, October 10th


Please note the following schedule changes…

Saturday, September 17th: Opening at 12:00pm

Tuesday, October 25th: Opening at 12:00pm

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Friday, October 7th

For the Return Of

Hosted by

The Austin Séance

The Austin Séance is back at Villa Finale with their signature paranormal exploration and live séance!

This incredible evening will feature a brief introduction to the history of spiritualism in America, a paranormal exploration of the historic 1876 mansion – including the basement – and a guided live séance.

Enjoy a cocktail, learn a bit about the history of spiritualism in America, and commune with a spirit or two!


Friday, October 7th

7:30pm – 9:30pm (gate opens at 7:00pm)


Villa Finale: Museum & Gardens

401 King William

Light snacks and adult beverages included. 13+ only please. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.

$30 members; $40 non-members

Please call Visitor Services at (210) 223-9800 to purchase tickets.

Tickets are non-refundable. Villa Finale membership will be verified.

Villa Finale Stands with the National Trust for Historic Preservation

As an historic site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Villa Finale: Museum & Gardens asserts without equivocation: Black Lives Matter.

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Our Statement on Monuments to Oppression

We believe it is past time for us, as a nation, to acknowledge that some monuments do not reflect, and are in fact abhorrent to, our values and to our foundational obligation to continue building a more perfect union that embodies equality and justice for all. Our view is that unless these monuments can in fact be used to foster recognition of the reality of our painful past and invite reconciliation for the present and the future, they should be removed from our public spaces.

Please view our full statement