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Small museum-like. We had a personalized tour as there were no others at the time. Great history of this section of Pittsburgh by this most knowledgeable docent with turn of the century facts and artifacts!
This house is so full of history! Bob the volunteer tour guide was so knowledgable and you can really tell their historic society is going above and beyond to preserve this fantastic home. Really gives you a sense of western Pennsylvania when it was frontier...More
My whole family loves this historical gem, located 15 min. from downtown Pittsburgh. There is something for every member of the family. Architecture, Antiques, Frontier Life, Period Music, Soldiers, Reenactors, and more. I love The "Holidays at the House" event. It is a close look...More
Woodville Plantation presents a fascinating and edifying view of the late 1700s through the lives of its former occupants. The tour of the house given by docents in period dress makes the visitor feel a part of that time and place in history. I have...More
This National Historic Landmark is a real step back into history! Each Sunday afternoon, the frontier attired docents give an informative tour about the home, the families who lived there and life in the 1700's. Annually on the third Sunday in November "The Great Illumination"...More
If you're in to history at all I would strongly suggest a visit to Woodville Plantation. It was originally the core of a huge frontier plantation that played a central role in the Whiskey Rebellion of 1794. It is fully preserved and furnished with period...More