Built in 1901, Tupper Manor is a beautiful venue for your special occasion. It was originally built to be a summer home for the Bryce Allan Family. The Bryce Allan family was known for their Canadian shipping company, Allan Shipping Lines. They were also known for their generous hospitality and their lavish entertaining. In 1943, the Allan Family sold the home to nearby Endicott College and it was then that the building was renamed Tupper Manor in honor of the Tupper Family, who founded the college. Since its purchase, Tupper Manor has been used for many purposes including an Endicott College residence hall and the College’s School of Hospitality. Today it is an important part of the Wylie Inn and Conference Center, providing an elegant and sophisticated setting for many celebrations.