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I dropped by the Victorian Village Historic District and toured the Woodruff-Fontaine and Mallory-Neely Houses. Both offer discount for military personnel, so be sure to ask if this applies to you. (The Woodruff-Fontaine House is $12 for adults, but I think admission is discounted for...More
There are three Victorian mansions on Adams Ave. owned and operated by three different entities. Two are able to be toured while the third functions as a bed and breakfast. You can stroll on by and take them from the sidewalk or pay up and...More
These homes are absolutely beautiful I wish we would have had more time to do the tours but we didn't just from the outsides of them I can't imagine living in one of these houses they're just absolutely gorgeous the structure of them the details...More
We visited this area to see the huge homes. The houses are open only Friday and Saturday. We were there on a Monday. You can walk around the properties which are very nicely maintained. The houses are located on Adams street and there are 6...More
This is a very small area, maybe 4-5 houses. It doesn't take long to drive through. We stopped and parked along the street, got out and took pictures. I love historic homes, so I enjoyed seeing the houses and imagining what it would have been...More
The houses were gorgeous, interesting to visit, but I was expecting more, there are only a very few houses remaining, if you pass by on your way somewhere else it is fine, not worth if you just go for that!
Yes you can tour inside & I urge you to do so. It's super fun & lots of history in these incredible homes. There are certain days the houses are open & at other times, such as special events. The Mallory Neely House I... More
Yes you can tour inside & I urge you to do so. It's super fun & lots of history in these incredible homes. There are certain days the houses are open & at other times, such as special events. The Mallory Neely House I know is open every Friday at minimum, for tours. Not completely sure about the Fontaine House hours, which may be the same as the aforementioned. To be safe, I'd call ahead of time. Definitely time very well spent.