Cupola House, built in 1871, is a stately example of Gothic revival style architecture and, as such, is rivaled by no other in Door County. This house was built by Levi Thorp, one of the earliest settlers in the Egg Harbor area, and reflects the position this early merchant had in the county. This house was paid for with gold dust he brought from California in a chamois money belt after the gold rush of 1849. He was particularly careful in the selection of wood for his new home and found knots unacceptable and, as renovation has revealed, he was most successful in avoiding them.

Please visit if you are vacationing in Door county. Meanwhile, enjoy shopping in our new online store. We have been transferring all merchandise from our old pages to the online shopping cart. Now the site has been rebuilt entirely. Watch for new pages or newly posted news about local events.

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0865rr1We have extensive collections of quality clothing and accessories, jewelry, paintings and fine art reproductions, antiques, and housewares as well as a multitude of new and “experienced” collectibles. Please come back often to see what’s new.

The Cupola House Shops carry many exclusive product lines not found anywhere else in the area.

Shop, Relax & Enjoy while you are at the Cupola House.  We welcome you to the Cupola House.