This museum was established in 1922 and shows its age, but that is part of the charm. The facility is small, but holds a few gems for Poe fans. If you are not familiar with his life, do read a brief biography before you visit. That will help you put this small exhibit in perspective. This was one of the highlights of our visit to Richmond. The parking lot is tiny and parked up, but we were able to find free street parking close by. I was disappointed one could not take photos inside because the museum offers no post cards of the artifacts.
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