We visited the Jennie Wade House a few years back (we have been coming to Gettysburg every year). When we visited, it was an enjoyable experience. We were the only people in the house at the time so it wasn't overly crowded and we could take our time looking around. It's neat to see inside a home from 1863 for sure! Of course, the tragic story of Jennie Wade is what makes this house a museum of sorts. It's definitely a place to check out. If you're into the paranormal, this was actually where I had my first paranormal experience in Gettysburg (have had a few more intense ones since). At the time I visited here, I was about 21 or 22 the same age as Jennie Wade when she was killed. As I was walking up the stairs and had just reached the top of the stairs I felt a full on tap on my shoulder, as I turned around I noticed my mother was only just starting to reach the top so there was no way that it was her. Needless to say I was a little shakey after that, but it was definitely a neat experience. The cost of admission is the average price for most of the little museums around town. Not bad at all.