We visited this attraction and enjoyed the views of the estate and surrounding gardens/mountain views. There is an observatory on the grounds, but it was closed and we were unable to get a good look. Inside the estate there were informative plaques in each room, but pictures are not allowed. We spent about an hour there, if we hadn't had free passes we would not have been impressed. It is $16 pp to walk around the grounds, and much of the estate is closed to the public. Not really worth the time unless you are a history buff who is interested in Robert Todd Lincoln.
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