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“Spooner House Museum”
Review of The Spooner House

The Spooner House
Ranked #35 of 70 things to do in Plymouth
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Owner description: Built in 1747, this was home to five generations of Spooners over 200 years.
Reviewed 27 January 2014

We ended up at the Spooner House Museum on a cold November night in 2012, we had taken a walking ghost tour. Yes, the house is haunted. Yes, i got pictures of mists & orbs. Yes there were a couple of cold spots. There was a Christmas tree in the corner of the sitting room in the front of the house even tho it wasn`t decorated for Christmas, which was odd. We were only allowed downstairs but i did love the antiques & the exhibits in the house. I must also say we went after Hurricane Sandy & then a Nor`Easter had blown thru so there was some water damage everywhere we went on our visit to Plymouth. I would love to visit it in the summertime

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Reviewed 3 July 2013

Very beautiful building pointed out during a ghost tour but it is closed to the public to just nice to photograph from the outside

Thank Roberta E
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Reviewed 30 November 2012

I don't know if he is associated with this museum or not but Leo gave a fantastic walking tour of downtown Plymouth. Very informative.

Thank Susan D
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Reviewed 26 October 2012

Loved the historical information... went during a "Ghost Tour" but nothing creepy happened. Course you can't make them do anything, but it was still really neat.

Thank Amybcb
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Reviewed 29 July 2012

We had a wonderful (personal) tour with a woman named Barbara. She was very familiar with the house's history, as well as the history of Plymouth. Few people visit, so it seems easy to get a personal or very small tour. Amazingly, a man was living in the house until the early 1950s, among two centuries of family heirlooms!

$4.50 with AAA, $5 w/ out.

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