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When we visited the house, our tour guide was a graduate history student studying at USC. Along with the history of the Woodrow family, she told us about Restoration and how Woodrow Wilson was shaped by the era when he was raised. The house was...More
Call before you go. There are only specific times they give tours. Apparently we missed it. We walked the grounds, what there is of them. It doesn’t look like a place we would go back to when we peered through the windows.
Definitely not worth the admission of $8. Mostly empty rooms with very little trying it to Woodrow Wilson. He only lived there for a few years as a teenager. Guide went over the top in the room dedicated to the reconstruction era.
our visit to this house was most interesting. The tour guide was very knowledgable and knew her subject in depth. The house itself is beatifully retored and laid out in such a way that the true facts are dispalyed without prejudice. Would definately recomend this...More
Interesting tour of a beautiful well preserved home. The period of reconstruction was one that I have never seen interpreded before. Would have enjoyed a little more about Pres. Wilson. Nice staff that interacted well with the children.
The house itself was very interesting and well preserved, however the lecture and question and answer sessions were not appealing to us. Definitely not a tour for younger children. As mentioned before you purchase tickets at the gift shop then have a couple of blocks...More
Nice place in the Convention Center vicinity. It was a childhood home for Woodrow Wilson. There are a few family items, but most of the home is used for a museum discussing the post Civil War reconstruction period. Tickets are sold a block down the...More