Every America should visit this site. The house tours are huried but I found the guides would answer two or three quesions before pulling us along. It's amazing how close you can get to the historic items and artwork. I was alway the last straggler to leave the previous room because I wan'ted to see as much as possible. I chose to take a second tour to have a chance to look at more of the items and archetecture. I doubt I'll get back there in my liftime so I wan't to get the complete experience during this visit. I also got to question a differnet guide which had different interesting facts. There are many things to see on the grounds including out buildings, gardens and family cemetary.
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