We loved the boyhood home of Clemens. The museum has furnished the home with period correct furniture and other elements: clothing, kitchen utensils, etc. Plexiglas walls prevent visitors from going into the rooms and disturbing the contents, but 'disappear' so that the entire interior is visible. It's wonderfully done. At the beginning of the self-guided tour visitors can sit and watch the Ken Burns Mark Twain documentary and look at other period displays. It's a wonderful spot to visit. We've been to Twain's Hartford home and the grave site in Elmira, and this visit completed our Mark Twain stops.
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