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Reitz Home Museum, Evansville

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  • The Reitz is very nicely restored and an interesting addition to our visits of many different historic homes. It has some original furnishings plus rooms restored to original owner condition. However,...  more »
  • The black walnut doors in this house are absolutely beautiful as well as many of the fireplace finishing. Great place to spend a couple of hours.  more »
  • I walked in solo and they had no problem conducting a tour for one. Going off season added to that bonus! The guide was astute to minut details that were so extremely fascinating and awe inspiring. I ...  more »
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  • A wonderful piece of Evansville history. Reitz Home is a must see! Their Thursday night 'Wine Down to the Weekend' events are something we do and enjoy every year.
  • The Reitz Home Museum is a must see for both locals and those visiting from out of town. The staff and volunteers were exceptional. I found the tour of the Reitz Home to be an award winning experience with a wealth of history - an Evansville gem. In summary, a very warm and friendly experience.
  • Had a field trip there. It was a beauty and detailed home
  • Fantastic way to spend part of the day. Really cool to see a living part of Evansville history
  • This house museum was pretty cool. It's interesting seeing a piece of the past being preserved in such great condition.