Our beautiful fountain offers a spectacular welcome to Tupper Manor, as well as a stunning focal point for celebrations and weddings on the lawn.
As a form of monumental sculpture rarely undertaken today, the fountain at the Wylie Inn and Conference Center may stand alone for its size, its scope, and its detail. According to our research, it is the largest piece of public art to be constructed north of Boston in many years.
A work of art that is truly monumental, the fountain is the result of two years of research, design, and sculpture undertaken to honor Richard and Helen Young Post, a couple who have been instrumental in the progress and growth of Endicott College. Helen Young Post is a 1952 graduate of Endicott College.
Set aside some time to wander through the scenic, coastal grounds of Endicott College, a premier liberal arts institution. Established in 1939 as a college for women and named for John Endicott, a pioneer administrator of Harvard University and the inaugural governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, at Tupper Manor, we are now honored to collaborate with Endicott’s hospitality program.