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The John Brown House Museum, Providence
(4.1/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • We wandered in here on Veteran's Day and were delighted to find that admission was free that day. There were very few visitors and we were able to look around at our leisure and not fight the crowds. ...  more »
  • If you like singular late 18th century homes, then don't miss the John Brown House Museum, the first mansion built in Providence. The architecture has been faithfully restored, preserved and furnished...  more »
  • It did not start off well. You enter through the car park and head to the door - wrong door! You go around the building - wrong door! Eventually you spot the entrance but the signs are poorly placed a...  more »
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  • We bought tickets at the museum for a walking tour of Benefit Street which turned out to be a very informative and fun way to spend the morning. Our tour guide, Russ, brought us into several of the local institutions (churches, libraries, etc.) and had lots of answers for us about things that were and were not on the tour. Had a great time!
  • Self guided audio tour was a great way to see the house. Pleasant staff.
  • Very interesting.
  • went there as kid on 5th grade school trip thought it was cool.. have been there 3times as a adult still say its great a must see tour!!
  • audio-guides are frankly interesting. the House is a true palace!
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