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    I toured this museum in 2004. It was wonderful. The tour guide was well informed. I loved the secret staircase. I loved the model of the home. We learned the difference between a dormer and a gable. The garden was drop dead gorgeous. I took many pictures. I was very impressed. It is a beautiful, relaxing, and enjoyable place. It is a must see.

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    Amazing property and museum. It is a must stop if you are in Salem. Many of the caretakers have said that to this day they still find NEW secret passages to new rooms or secret compartments hidden all over the house. It is a great old mansion that is slightly creepy but with 300 plus years of history.Around 12 bucks per ticket. They do offer discounts with student and travel affiliations.

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    Quite expensive to get in and/or to just a tour of the garden, but you can walk around the outside and get a general idea of one of the main tourist attractions of Salem for free. The garden is pretty small, so I wouldn’t pay to do just that. It’s nice at sunset, especially for the back (near the water)

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    Our family had a wonderful experience. Our guide was very informative, and we loved the visit to Nathaniel Hawthornes birthplace also. The gardens were beautiful and we all had pictures made at the well.

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    I like historic locations. This is a favorite of mine. Its basicly untouched by time and has a historic back ground in reallity and in fiction writing. You will also find the birth house of Nathanial Horthorn