It starts with a 30 minutes really old slide show. Next we stood in the rain and listened to the tour director tell us about the workers quarters (while standing in the rain). When we finally got to go INTO a building we were told they were doing a music program and to respect the privacy of the people staying there and DO NOT look into any windows, or open any doors. We stood in the middle of a banjo class for about five minutes, then out into the rain again. An hour into the "tour" we finally made it to the great lodge... and into the middle of a music class. The tour guide talked about the fire place for about five minutes then out into the rain. Getting the picture? We've done many house tours and this was a bust. Don't go.
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