This was an amazing home - I did the basic tour for $15/person but I hear they have an extended, grand tour for $75/person that lasts over 90 minutes. I may want to do a repeat visit to Charleston just for that home. The story of the home's history is almost as intriguing as the items inside the home. If you like antiques and items from various cultures and periods of time in history, this is a must. If you love that stuff, well you may pass out from the overwhelming awesomeness. Paintings, woodwork, relics, clocks, etc. It goes on and on - you could spend a month in that house full-time and still not be able to take it in. Some may say that is too much or maybe find antiques boring - at the very least, the deep passion the owner has for these items must be respected. I was in awe by the items as well as the commitment the owner has put into building his collection over 50 years. Also, if you like cats, there is an exceptionally friendly orange cat, Milo, that hangs around the property and enjoys a few pets.