Our History

The Grisso Mansion is on the National Register of Historic Places. The mansion was a “dream home” built by W.E. Grisso for his wife Maggie. Construction on the home began in 1926 and concluded in 1928. Built at a cost of $750,000, the 26-room mansion has many unique features including a cascading stairway, a ballroom, eight fire places, a conservatory and a vineyard. With Italian Renaissance charm, the Grisso Mansion also features stunning fountains, an enchanting koi pond and a native stone reflecting pool.

Located less than one hour east of Oklahoma City, this Oklahoma treasure is currently open for weddings, parties, reunions and tours. Click below to learn more about the services we offer.

Our Own Vineyard

The Grisso Mansion partners with the Seminole Nation Vineyard and Winery to offer wine tastings and sales from a locally-owned Native American vineyard. This partnership allows us to offer you discounts on wine and other goods with an event at the Grisso. For more info about the vineyard, visit our website at http://www.seminolenationwinery.com