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Moses Myers House, Norfolk

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  • On an early Sunday we were, at first, the only guests and beneficiaries of an informal tour by a well informed and interesting staff member. Because the house stayed in family hands for generations th...  more »
  • this house dates to near the beginning of the existence of substantial residential buildings in a seaside town in Virginia. Its art and artefacts are excellent and diverse, as the port allowed for mer...  more »
  • Thus was the first wealthy jewish family to settle in Norfolk. The house is beautiful and has tons of artifacts and gorgeous furniture. The tour is fun and very educational. Next door is the largest m...  more »
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  • Amazing information on the architectural tour that really makes the house come to life. Open noon to 5 pm on weekends and free. Definitely worth a visit.
  • Amazing historical house. Free admission!! Lovely staff who are very knowledgeable and helpful!
  • I walked past this historical house hundreds of times, but never went in until recently. It's interesting to hear about the history and of Norfolk from the perspective of the families that lived here. This house dates back to the 1700s. It's worth a visit any weekend you can make it.
  • I've been to many museums, and even though this is a pretty simple place, it was fascinating. Its whole premise is that it's very period-accurate, with the original owner's furniture and possessions, etc. What really struck me was that there are parts of the skeleton of the house exposed, showing how houses were constructed throughout the years. Very cool! Plus, it's free.
  • Worthwhile tour! The historian's passion makes it extra special.