This is the home where Robert Frost penned "Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening." You can tour the four downstairs rooms, which have some of the original furnishings. There are still some trees here which were planted by Frost, and some interesting displays in the rooms.
We are lucky this home has been saved. I cannot believe any reviewer would think the entry fee was "expensive!" This is run by a non-profit group and the cost is $5!
We did not stay more than an hour, but we all felt it was a very worthwhile experience.
We also visited Frost's grave site in town.
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