This 1792 home is lovely, but even more importantly, it does such good job of using the Myers' family to illustrate Norfolk's early history, notably the maritime trade but also a glimpse into Jewish life in colonial times and insights into the city's growth and development in the late 19th and early 20th century. When I arrived, the docent was busy finishing a tour with a group outside, so I began by poking around on my own. The signage was fascinating and definitely a notch above the usual. When the docent returned, he offered to answer my questions and showed a remarkable depth of knowledge, no matter what topic I inquired about. I heartily recommend a stop here!
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