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Must see tour if you are in the Jim Thorpe area!
Very knowledgeable staff explain how the builders of the home started and how they got to be one of the richest people in the country. The home is beautiful and in an unrestored manner......More
Just took a walk around the property. It was closed at this time. But it was beautiful. Historic sight. Tour the place back in the 1999. It was a great tour. Paintings on walls were done with eyes that follow you. It was great and...More
My husband and I went on a day trip ro Jim Thorpe, i had been there many times and always wanted to tour the mansion. Today we did! The tour was really great!!! Our tour guide was very nice and knowledgeable. I learned alot on...More
A Must see if you're in the Jim Thorpe area. Well worth the $10 entrance fee.
For those interested in and/or are in the construction industries, take the time to see the original workmanship of the interior woodwork of this small Mansion, it is truly...More
My wife and I visited Jim Thorpe on the last Sunday in October, our first revisit in many years. We did the usual: touring the Asa Packer Mansion, taking the scenic train ride (separate review), walking around town, and then enjoying dinner (separate review, Encore)....More
The Asa Packer mansion is a typical gilded age abode in the long tradition of Ventfort in Lenox, Mass and many others. What makes it a bit more special? Two things: almost the entire mansion and its contents are original - not the usual we-paid-to-have-the-wallpaper-remade...More
Don't let the 100+ steps up a very steep hill discourage you, the mansion tour is well worth the little huff and puff. Now there are lots of things to do in Jim Thorpe, but don't visit without a tour of the mansion. The cost...More