My wife and I were visiting Jim Thorpe for the weekend with another couple. There's a limit to the amount of things you can do in Jan in Jim Thorpe. The Harry Packer Mansion was open for self-guided tours. We walked up the hill, and were pleasantly surprised. It was like stepping back in time. We went into the "libation room" and ordered a flight of wines for tasting. They told us to sit anywhere on the first floor and they'd bring it to us. We sat around for a couple of hours drinking wine, sitting in the living room admiring the architecture, occasionally walking around the first floor, talking to the people who worked there about the murder mystery weekend that was going on, their Cockatoo that was making some noise in the basement (sounded creepy through the vents), and about the Mansion. We didn't do the tour. Lots of other folks were coming through, though.