This is a much (MUCH) more authentic house museum than Molly Brown's home, which was gutted of family possessions and used as as boarding house for many years before being renovated as a house museum. At the Byers-Evans home, you tour a house that has been in the family for much of its history and where most of the items on display are their personal possessions. The decor dates from mid-19th century to mid-20th, which actually is half the fun because you can see where things were renovated over time to accommodate a growing family, a retired Governor, a spinster aunt, etc. etc. I especially enjoyed the dining room and kitchen. I was there on a Saturday afternoon but was the only person in the tour, so got a private tour. My docent was very knowledgeable and didn't rush me at all. The ticket price is quite reasonable.