The house where Woodrow Wilson was born is an interesting place to visit. You purchase a ticket at the museum and are then assigned to a guided tour. It is a short tour, your visit the "slave rooms" first which are in the basement and then go upstairs to where the family lived. The room where the future president was born is there. His father was a minister and the house belonged to the church. Next door is the museum with lots of memorabilia and even the presidential limo. Allow at least an hour for the museum and another half hour for the house tour and to visit the gift shop. It will be time well spent.
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