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I learned a little bit about Tallahassee history so that was good. Quick 30 to maybe 40 minute tour including the 8 minute video. My tour seemed a little rushed. I loved the old kitchen and the library those where my favorite places in the...More
This home was a nice place to view while we were in Tallahassee. The history was reported well on this home. The map that you get at the Capital that shows where the Knott House is located, is wrong. It shows that you find it...More
The Knott House now is part of the state museum system. Tours are offered at 1,2, and 3 several days during the week. Check the schedule. The tour takes about one hour. It provides a nice perspective on early Tallahassee and a family that has...More
There are plenty of interesting and entertaining things to see inside. Just enjoy them. It is especially meaningful if you were a child in the 40's or 50's because many of the everyday objects will be familiar and yet seem so foreign to later generations...More
I was more interested in visiting the house because of George Proctor. A black man who was born free in that era who built the house. He lived in it for a time and had to sell it due to debts. Unfortunately he didn't strike...More
Knot house is an antebellum mansion with an interesting history. It is mostly furnished and decorated in the 1920s time period although there are many pieces that are much older. A guide takes you through the house and provides a historical narrative on the house,...More
A small museum with some artifacts of history. Interesting the house was occupied after the Civil War. Very close to the Capitol, once occupied by a high ranking State of Florida official. Known as the House That Rhymes due to Mrs. Knott's love of verse....More