We visited the house on a Sunday afternoon in April on a packed tour. The house is an amazing piece of Charleston history, and should be seen if for its rich history. The tour guide we had seemed uneven and her delivery and talking points about the home was somewhat disjointed as we travelled from room to room. She seemed to loose her place and "jump back in" as she went along.The individual tour group was too large and these big groups crossed each other moving thru the house. It felt a bit rushed and was too packed to move and look at much at times.
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