Our family of 2 adults, 2 kids ages 10 & 7 visited May 23. We had come up from Pittsburgh to go to Kalahari and to keep our trip educational since the kids were missing school I found this little historical town (On Trip Advisor, thanks!) We took a break from the waterpark and went over in the afternoon to see Thomas Edison's birthplace. We had a guided tour with a wonderful redhead lady (sorry I do not remember your name) who really knew her stuff plus added in humor, too. My kids really loved the tour and learned a lot at the same time. It was fun to tour the home and see all the antiques. The nice lady in the office where we paid gave my son print-outs with facts so he can take back and tell his class about what he learned - thanks to both of you ladies and thanks for helping teach the young and preserve history.. There was also another (or maybe several other little museums right by this one you can do also) but we ran out of time, only a modest fee but necesary to pay the staff and help keep this preserved. You will tour 3 floors of this older home (not handicap accessible, just keep in mind if thats an issue) thanks again...The Russi Family.
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