This is a nice step back into history. It was interesting alone just to see the chain running through the building and linked to an anchor to hold it down in case of hurricane and though this is a brief tour destination (maybe 15 minutes, 30-45 if you walk around the gardens and really look at the artifacts and take pictures), it was worth the money spent.
With a coupon our admission was $4.00 per person. Taking into account the grounds are well kept, the gardening is impeccable, the artifacts on display are interesting, and there is a small little "teachers" gift shop; I think the money is well spent by those who maintain this little step back into history so, I'm not going to complain about the price.
I found that they have a website prior to our trip but, it's just a general information page and I was pleasantly surprised to find them on Facebook of which I have also found they regularly keep active. They post historical pictures and tidbits of the site as well as things going on around the local area. It was also interesting to find out they hold weddings in the garden area.
Ultimately, though likely a once in a life time stop, it was my time well spent at a place where a little piece of history is well maintained.
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