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We took a tour that lasted about a half-hour. I think they could do it in 20 minutes. It was interesting to learn that in the olden days they threw their "crap" out the window and shoes didn't have a left or a right.
This house has been very well maintained and provides a great insight in to the town’s history. The rooms are well laid out and you can move around quite freely. There are some interesting exhibits on topics like commerce and social life in the town....More
From the advertising "see how people lived at the time" , I was expecting to see lots of furniture, dishes, etc, from the era, but most of the rooms were full of printed informational posters about the history of the house rather than having them...More
We were given an excellent free guided tour of this house by a very pleasant girl in period costume. It was very interesting to hear of its history and how people used to live in Lunenburg. They also have an excellent display of historic clothing...More
Small museum highlighting some of the important historical information of Lunenburg. This is a self guided tour so I'm not sure this would be the best acitivity for small kids, but for adults that enjoy stopping and reading infromation it's very informative. Admission is just...More
We were a bit let down by our experience here, since there wasn't a guide to provide information concerning the house. We were glad we had already visited the Ross-Thomson House in Shelburne where we were provided with loads of information concerning this type of...More