Don't let the brochure fool you as it did us. It promises a wonderful museum filled with history of both the civil war and the history of the house after the war as an orphanage for children of soldiers killed in the war who were orphaned. After reading the brochure it seemed like an interesting place to visit. WRONG! The entire "museum" is about 6 small rooms filled with mostly toys (some even plastic from the dollar store it seemed) behind glass windows. When you go through it in no more than 10 - 15 minutes you wonder where is the basement that is pictured in the brochure where the orhanage was located. Well if you inquire at the desk you find out that if want to see the basement you must pay for the ghost tour in the evening otherwise too bad. Well if that is the case, why isthe basement pictured in the brochure which is for the museum with no mention that you needed to pay additional money for a ghost tour(I didn't even inquire as to how much the ghost tour would cost) to see the basement. Simply put this is a case of false advertising. So my advice stick to the actual battlefield tours for your history and skip this attraction.