Surprisingly well kept site considering its size. The guided tour is very informative about rural life in the late 1700s, early 1800s as well as about Polk's family. The 12-minute film taught me a couple things I didn't know about his presidency, despite being a history buff.
The staff is very friendly, helpful and knowledgable, answering numerous questions. Our guide took the time to work directly with four youngsters, who stopped texting when he got their interest. A worthwhile one-hour stop to learn about one of our lesser known presidents.
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