I am sure for died-in-the wool history buffs it was a wealth of information. However, I was disappointed b/c you do not get to walk through the David Wills house. You get to walk through a gutted structure that was once the David Wills house. The walls might still be there, but that's it. The rest was retro-fitted to allow for the plexiglass displays. There is one room that is supposedly set up as it was during Lincoln's stay, but that one room did not anywhere near satisfy my curiosity about the house itself and how it might have looked and functioned 150 years ago.
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