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Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum Questions & Answers

Michigan

How long does it take to visit the attractions?

over a year ago Answer

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Melissa C
Hannibal, Ohio
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The Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum suggests allowing at least an hour to view the historic homes and two interactive museums. But you could easily spend more time with all of the information available.

over a year ago
Defiance, Ohio
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That really is personal preference. There are items throughout the home and museum and written information about each section. I think we were there two hours.

over a year ago
Plainfield
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2-3 hours is the minimum to see everything.

over a year ago
Windom
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A minimum of 2 hours if you want to get the full effect of the tour. and that would not include such things as the river boat ride, etc. that you can take separately. We spent most of the day there, and could have spent even more time if we had not been on a schedule.

over a year ago
Burton upon Trent, United Kingdom
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I would alliw 1.5 - 2 hours (excluding watching MT film) as you can walj around a number of buildings. However, there is a very good film in Mark Twain's home about his life. We watched it for 45 minutes, but would have loved to have stayed longer, but we were moving on.

over a year ago
Chicago, Illinois
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If you want to see and enjoy everything, I would give two days time. There is the museum, the cave, Lover's Leap, the riverboat, meals, shopping. There is also a cool mansion being refurbished that we didn't have time but wanted to explore. It is a really cool town! Have fun!

over a year ago
Dallas, Texas
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We took an entire day to see all the buildings in town, Lover's Leap, and toured 2 caves, with lunch in the middle!

over a year ago
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It all depends if you do a tour with a guide, or just whip through the area. It's all right next to each other, so there's no travel time required. It's a tiny town, there's an actor that runs around looking like Mark Twain, he runs a theater and we went over and saw his theater and listened to him, that was about and hour and a half. The museums are smallish too, but if you had a full day there, you could probably see everything without much trouble. Go, spend money! Keep this historical area alive!

over a year ago
Chicago, Illinois
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If you want to see and read all of the exhibits, allow at least 2 hours

over a year ago
Bolingbrook, Illinois, United States
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if you are quick you can do the whole city in a day. If you take your time 2 days tops.

over a year ago
Bentonville
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We spent two days in Hannibal. It all depends on your interest in Mark Twain.

over a year ago
Indianapolis, IN
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Half a day. The museum is great and had Norman Rockwells when we were there. If you get to go to the museum, too, you might need a little longer. We lingered and read most of the things on the wall. Have fun.

over a year ago
Henderson Harbor, New York
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Easily done in 1.5 hours

over a year ago
Chesterfield, Missouri
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I agree with answers below. The key is personal preference, Depending on your interests.

over a year ago
Bunker Hill, Il.
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1 1/2 hours- as long as you want. Lots of things to read if you read everything it could take all day. Have fun !!

over a year ago
Vancouver, WA
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2-3 hours minimum for the hoes, and an our for th emuseum.

over a year ago
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