Pennsylvania Governor's Residence
|Location||2035 North Front Street,
|Construction started||December 1966|
|Design and construction|
|Client||Governor of Pennsylvania|
|Owner||Pennsylvania Department of General Services|
|Architect||George M. Ewing|
The Pennsylvania Governor's Mansion is the official residence of the Governor of Pennsylvania and his family, in the Uptown neighborhood of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It was built from 1966 to 1968 and designed by George M. Ewing, owner of an architectural firm in Philadelphia.
The Mansion is home to two Steinway grand pianos used for concerts and to entertain dinner guests. Every year the Mansion is opened for special holiday season tours.