History of McMullen House
McMullen House is a stately Italianate Villa that was built in 1870 by John C. Bryan and owned by Celia McMullen. Celia, who owned the Titusville Iron Works, was the first businesswoman of Titusville, PA.
McMullen House Bed and Breakfast
McMullen House Bed and Breakfast offers a unique and personal Pennsylvania Oil Region experience providing a “Celebration of Hospitality, History and Science in the ‘Valley that Changed the World.'” The property is non-smoking and pet-free throughout. Each themed room (Drake, Tarbell, and Lake Erie Cottage) has a private bath and free Wi-Fi is provided. In the morning, guests enjoy a French-inspired breakfast before heading out on the trail or going out in town.
McKinney Hall, a part of the University of Pittsburgh-Titusville and built by Celia’s son-in-law, John Bryan is located across the street. The Queen City Bike Trail that is part of the larger Erie-to-Pittsburgh Bike Trail is located about three blocks away. Within two miles is the Drake Well Museum and Oil Creek State Park.
Packages provided by McMullen House Bed and Breakfast
Enjoy a guided wildflower walk with the former state ecologist of Delaware. This package is offered from Mid-May to Mid-October when wildflowers are in bloom in Oil Creek State Park. The peak seasons are in late May to early June and from mid-August to mid-September. This package is provided for an additional $10.00/person.
History Walk in the McMulllen House Neighborhood
Enjoy a guided history walk in the neighborhood of the McMullen House. Titusville, PA has a wealth of Victorian architectural styles. This package is provided as part of the lodging rate.
We look forward to your stay!