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This was my first visit to Shadelands, and it was during their annual Victorian Tea. It is only for a few weeks, November 25, to December 10th.
The service was very good, the food was wonderful as was their secret Special Tea Blend, which is...More
Go to the Shadelands Museum for a docent tour. I have lived here for 30+ years and found out a lot I didn't know. The house has been kept as period as possible. The architecture is fabulous and it is a quick and easy adventure...More
The home at Shadelands Ranch was built in 1903 and is full of period furniture and decor, much of which is original to the house. The tour guides are very knowledgeable about the home, it's former residents and the history of the town, as they...More
If history is your bag, this is a good place to learn about the local history. It's a small place with some pretty cool memories of the past. Doesn't take too long to visit. Parking is from the side street and might be hard to...More
We visited the museum and the gardens area on a Wednesday. With the nice gazebo in the yard area, it makes for a lovely place to see (and many have also opted to be married here).
The garden area was in bloom as it was...More
I have been to this museum for two weddings. They used to have a great antiques market here too. The grounds are beautiful with huge shade trees and lush lawns. Their gazebo is the perfect place for wedding ceremonies. This is one of the only...More
The dress and articles -even letters and scripts- used by Mr.Hiram Penniman and some of his family members are preserved here. While moving through the rooms of this beautiful house, I tried to visualize the happy and unhappy occasions the family members would have shared...More