Since my first visit many years ago at Christmas time things have changed. We had a period player meet us in the gift shop. We separated into groups of six. If you can get Brigitta ask her to talk about her own life. It is just as interesting as the tour. They continue to restore and add period pieces not belonging to the family to this historic site . Great home schooling venue or take a picnic. Return visits only give you more appreciation of the man, family and period in history. Some walking and at times steep. Free parking at the entrance. There are many stairs and some small spaces. It is important to ask about objects that you find interesting. The grounds are great subjects for photography. They do have special events. They were set up for Halloween at this time. They do have meeting space for special events or occasions. Don't miss the film on the venue in the cinema barn. There are restrooms in the gift shop. The shop has limited fair but objects and books worth purchasing.
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