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Fascinating and educational programs and Courses offered. Wonderful experience to go on a tour - for young and old alike. All will be amazed by information about how we lived day-to-day in days gone by.
The two ladies I met who work there were both simply outstanding, both in their attitude toward the customers/guests/patrons, and also in their enthusiasm for the subject. The house also is very interesting, with materials appropriate for children and also for adults. The book store...More
I drove by this charming little house several times before stopping in for a tour. I had no idea the history of Noah Webster, and enjoyed learning a bit about the area where I lived briefly. The house and grounds are charming, and you really...More
Our guide has been doing this tour for a long time, but she still had fun with it. The house is loaded with tools and contraptions from the period, and you learn how they lived back then and what to do with all of the...More
We visited the Noah Webster House, the birth place of Noah Webster, in West Hartford, Connecticut on July 8th. The video that we saw at the beginning of our visit was very educational and informative and provided good background information. Our tour guide was knowledgeable,...More
Very entertaining, interesting and factual. It was a great date night or take your guests to. We went for the ambiance but the food was great too. The Noah a Webster house is unique and always 'delightful '
For this event we did purchase tickets...More