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I visited Sinclair Lewis's boyhood home Labor Day Weekend in 2017. The guide showed me the home, as she shared details of his and his family's life there - the making of a writer. From the poignancy of the cot he slept on with its...More
At this intersection in history one can imagine through the works of Sinclair Lewis what this place was like many years ago. Fast forward to the present and it is safe to say Main Street has seen better days. The are a few restaurants and...More
This historical home is nice for the town to have as an attraction for those who are familiar with this famous MN author. While the house wasn't open, we were able to read the informative sign, peek in some windows, and see Main Street.
during our stay at the Palmer House hotel in Sauk Center, we visited the Sinclair Lewis house.
the tour guide we're excellent and charming, and even if you've not read any of his books, is still very well worth a visit!
Lewis' childhood home has been turned into a museum honoring his books. The guide was friendly and knew so many details about his life. I was so glad that they had some of his books for sale there as well. We were able to tour...More