We didn't stay at the Inn, but we did try the Mourning Theatre. We were very disappointed in the performance. I was expecting something more theatric. The "storyteller" seemed to be new, he forgot lines occasionally and one of the obviously more experienced guides was in the back of the room observing. The storyteller was supposed to be in character as a father who lost his son in the battle and had come to take the body back to NY. He kept going in and out of character. The stories were OK, but some we had heard or read before. It was a rainy day, so there was only my family of 3 and another couple there. We were instructed to sit in the front row. The room is all decorated as a funeral parlor, but it wasn't called attention to in any way. And as some of the other reviewers have stated, there is the tacky passing of the hat for tips (to raise money so he could get his dead son back to NY) at the end. Note for asthma sufferers: As soon as I walked into the cellar, my asthma kicked in.