I love Edgar Allan Poe. This museum was of little to no interest. It is small and has no "wow" items or moments.
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This museum was much smaller than I thought. Regardless of its size, you can still wind up spending a decent amount of time here. Much of what is displayed are written works and other things to be read but there are some fascinating artwork to...More
I am more than a marginal Poe fan, I’m at nerd fan girl level, so of course I love this museum. But even if you have a mild interest, there’s lots to see and learn about. I took the self guided tour. It took about...More
We actually arrived here just past closing time so did not get a tour, but still enjoyed seeing this home formerly owned by Edgar Allen Poe. Of equal interest, was the courtyard and garden area attached to the home which was quite beautiful. To get...More
If you’re a fan of Poe, this is a definite stop. We arrived just as a guided tour had started so we joined in. Our tour guide kept things interesting and was very informative. The grounds itself are small, we spent about an hour here...More
This was a great little family adventure in the middle of everything in Richmond. Enjoyed our trip there and picked up some more books! :D They have a couple of very sweet cats as well. <3
If you've read Poe and want to know more about his life and writings, visit this museum. If you're a history buff, and you enjoy hearing about interesting people and the eras they lived in, visit this museum. Even if you've never read Poe, visit...More
Wonderful museum full of Edgar Allan Poe's personal artifacts and first editions of his famous works. Saw an exhibit on Poe and metal illness. Also learned tidbits about Poe I will use in lit classes I teach.
This is a great musuem! I think it is a must see for anyone who has ever read anything written by Poe. The musuem is organized chronologically and they have some very interesting items. I truly wanted to read about each and every item. Our...More