Tours are given on the hour, so try to time your arrival with that in mind. There isn't much to do in the immediate area to kill time if you arrive too early. Other than that, this is a nice little tour or a restored Victorian home. Our tour guide was a very pleasant woman who was willing to answer questions and chat. There were only a total of four people on our tour, so it was easy to talk to her and ask questions. I don't think know how they can get many more than that on a tour because the rooms are fairly small. None of the furniture or fixtures are original, but they have done a good job of approximating what it would have looked like in its heyday. I believe the cost is $7.50 ($6.50 with a AAA card), so it is a bit pricey for what it is, but it is a worthwhile cause supporting their effort to preserve Phoenix history. The tour includes some exhibits in a small historic home nearby that shows how some of the restoration work was done. All in all, we really enjoyed our stop here. I wouldn't drive for hours just to see this, but if it definitely worthwhile if you are passing through anyway. There are a few restaurants in the same block, so you can get some lunch and make a nice afternoon of it. The Science Museum is across the street.
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