The Jefferson County Historical Society is proud to reopen the Rothschild House on Saturdays in June from 1:00-4:00pm for public tours. Built in 1868 it is the oldest intact Victorian home in Port Townsend as well as one of the smallest State Parks in Washington. The grounds are open during daylight hours to guests, and we are excited to have the opportunity to open the home for public tours inside starting in June. A new cedar shake roof was installed in the Spring, identical in method and materials to the historic roof, but built to protect the home for years to come! The Rothschild House is managed by Jefferson County Historical Society. The JCHS staffs the house, while Washington State Parks provides maintenance and oversight.