What a gorgeous setting and interesting story. The grounds are beautiful and the original building is very well kept. While "free" there is a "guided tour" that is still a bit of a mystery to me. Janet walked us through the four "private room" museum, often reading the information posted on the walls but didn't seem all that informed otherwise. What she said was written on a flyer as well as beside the displays. Forgo the "tour" as it really isn't one. Do visit, however!
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