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DominicDeBurca wrote a review Jan 2020
Dunmore East, Ireland1,395 contributions355 helpful votes
If you're not fully into history then it can sometimes be a very dry subject that is difficult to warm to. You won't have any such problems with this tour as you become a spectator as two local actors in period costume tell you about how life was back in the 18th century with a bit of humour and good old audience participation thrown in for good measure!…
Date of experience: September 2019
Erin L wrote a review Jun 2019
Nashville, Tennessee63 contributions13 helpful votes
Pre-Revolutionary War? Give or take a few years.... Quaint, old part of town , a good photo op, near all the downtown touristy places and can take in a bit of history. Great for kids.
Date of experience: July 2018
GenotheViking wrote a review May 2019
Everett, Washington787 contributions218 helpful votes
What a great place to walk and take photos right downtown. The buildings take one back in time. Easy to find and lots of parking close by. Some fascinating history here.
Date of experience: May 2019
1 Helpful vote
Lawrence S wrote a review Mar 2019
Vero Beach45 contributions16 helpful votes
You have to go to see one. You may be surprised! The docent staff is well trained and entertaining. The place is simple and stoic. As it should be. This is a Revolutionary war era (give or take a few years either way) home in Annapolis, the one time Capital of the early USA. The home (limited tourist hours) portrays the working class life style and demonstrates some of the craftsmen's and ladies tools and techniques. Hands-on for children. Max 1 hour visit will do it. No fee. Donations welcome. Then move on to State House or Paca House to elevate to the gentry lifestyle and a bit of George Washington. L.Shubnell…
Date of experience: March 2019
1 Helpful vote
BRBE001 wrote a review Nov 2018
Fenton291 contributions63 helpful votes
This is so amazing to see - just feels like you are set back in a different place in time. Love the colors and the upkeep of the buildings.
Date of experience: November 2018