A very good day was had when this older couple visited. We were allowed to drive to the back of the admin building which brought us much closer to the actual site and saved on walking (need a handicapped sticker for this of course!)
Had a very good musical demonstration by two gentlemen using musical instruments of the time i.e. harpsichord.
Lunch in the lower class area tasted superb! Try either soup - fish chowder or vegetable They were both scrumptious especially eaten with pewter spoons and dishes!.
I was impressed with the historical correctness of the site - from soldiers to governor - the class differences were very evident.
A staff member straightened me out that all of these buildings had no part in the War of 1812. - All were destroyed by the British using explosive experts brought out specially after the British took it twice.
All in all a great Day! and you need the whole day to do it justice. Don't skimp!