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A wonderful tour from knowledgeable guides about Helen Keller’s birthplace and life. I visited with my family, and we all loved it and learned so much. We saw the famous watering well and heard so many fascinating stories about Helen’s remarkable life and Annie Sullivan’s...More
I wish I could’ve gone without my son because it takes time to go through this precious place of history! My son who is 10 did not appreciate it so I will go again when I have all the time in the world!
House and grounds were nicely prepared. Presentation of history and facts was first-rate. The play was really well done. The staff were helpful and informative, but not at all stuffy, pompous or pushy. Really enjoyed the experience.
My daughter really wanted to visit the house and see the play. So we went for a weekend trip to see it. The play was wonderful for all ages and the weather ended up being nice after it had rained all day long. There was...More
I don't know the circumstances of funds but we were a bit disappointed with the grounds & upkeep of home. The outside of the house & grounds needs a lot of TLC. It appears that there is a lot of visitors. We were puzzled about...More
"The Miracle Worker" live play was a great experience. It was an excellent production with a fantastic cast. We arrived at 6:30 to have time to tour the buildings and walk around the grounds. The play last about 2 hours with a 15 minute intermission....More
The home and grounds were well kept and the three ladies who were the docents knew so much about the house and contents they could point things out without even looking at them.
The entrance could be labeled a bit better as the place to...More
I have seen this play and all the movie versions. I have also seen it here before, and it was fine then, but this cast was just magnificent. Both the young Helen and Ann gave performances that would be applauded anywhere. The supporting cast was...More
Visited here twice - great place to take visitors. Go in June and see "The Miracle Worker" live play on weekend evenings - It's Fabulous! Tour the home - you will recognize everything if you saw the original movie. What a thrill to see the...More