My husband and I visited this museum, in early June. It is located in a lovely stone house, on a scenic hilltop, outside of the town proper. We were quite surprised at the number of artifacts, that were well displayed in the main house. The museum addition included an overview of the many battles fought here, during the American Revolution. The property also has an extensive park area, accessible by car, or on foot. This area is pet- friendly, as well. We plan on visiting again, in the near future, and bringing our dog. All in all, this is a unique treasure in Montgomery County.
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