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This is a great spot to get out and enjoy Nature. If you need an afternoon break , or Weekend Daytrip this is a nice spot.
Visit the home and learn about the home of Carl Sandberg..
Or Visit the goat barn, Hike around the...More
We just happened to be in the area and decided to explore, as I had never actually been here, surprisingly. We went on the tour of the house, which is still currently under renovation, so be mindful of that if you’re coming in the next...More
This historic site was an incredible learning experience for my wife and I. Sure, we've heard of Carl Sandburg, but really knew nothing about this great man. I remembered that he was a poet. But he was also a folk singer/musician, a novelist, biographer, and...More
A friend recommended this to my daughter and I while we were visiting, and we were delighted with the visit. The fall leaves around the property were beautiful and the trails very scenic. The tour was very interesting and educational, as I didn’t know much...More
Four of us decided to tour the Carl Sandburg Home on the spur of the moment. What a great decision! Even though there was no furniture or books (on the scores of bookshelves!) we still enjoyed the tour. The guide was specific and thorough without...More
We visited the site, but did not pay for the house tour itself. It was enough to wander on the grounds, look at the goats, and take pictures of the pond reflecting the trees in the water. Very restful.
I really enjoyed visiting this place. The home is very well maintained and the grounds are beautiful with many variety of flowers. Even though many people where there the day we visited. You still get a since of serene and calm. I expect that is...More
The house wasn't open for tours when we visited. Watched a short video on Sandburg which was interesting. Photos of the inside of the house would not make me come back, but the trails and the walk around the lake are lovely and invigorating.
Perhaps Carl Sandburg is most famous for his poem "Chicago," his word picture of the city of his youth. He lived a long and productive life, maybe more like several lives, leading to his home in Flat Rock. Connemara sits high on a hill, so...More