You will need to knock on the door of the house to purchase your ticket for the tour; I suggest you buy the combo ticket that would afterwards include the Old Dutch House. While waiting for your tour to start, go back outside and check out the garden with the butterfly shaped garden, rear oven beehive and gardening shed building.
A doctor had this house built to rent to wealthy business people and politicians. Very nice antique furnishings. They are still working on repairs in some of the rooms. Our guide was nice and very informed, but was also very long winded. We were actually glad when the tour was over even tho we liked the house, the history and the rooms. George Washington was at a wedding in this building so that is always fun to tread the same floors as our first President. There is a small gift shop inside but no restrooms. No indoor photo taking allowed. There are portable seats available to take with you from room to room if you need to sit down.
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