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Do not let the outside dissuade you, this place is worth the stop, and not just because my great grandfather owned it in the early 1900's. The history is interesting, the price is free, check out the artifacts, learn about life in the late 1800's...More
It has the report. But the house has so many rooms downstairs with artifacts .... do not miss upstairs it has a ballroom and rooms set up with a dentist office, a surgeon office and an eye doctor .... cool.
The Historic Washington House is a gem. This building is filled with all sorts of items that bring back memories of the past. The toy room has a great selection of vintage toys, and the kitchen is chocked full of unusual gadgets. However, the best...More
Enjoyed this free museum when we were on a road trip along the lakeshore. The volunteers were friendly and the museum had done interesting artifacts. I loved the murals that have been destroyed on the ballroom ceiling! We had ice cream sundaes as this is...More
If you are interested in the history of the place you are visiting then this is a must. Free to enter, the museum has various rooms full of memorabilia, including a bar room with original bar and ceiling as well as a lovely upstairs ballroom...More
The Washington House is a museum, but the best part is the recreation of the ice cream parlor deemed to be the home of the ice cream sundae! The ice cream treats are very reasonable and served in old fashioned glass dishes. I had the...More