We were given a tour which lasted about an hour on a weekday in August. There are many interesting items to see and prints, etc. available for purchase. He collected a lot of things, and it is amazing how prolific he was. My only complaint would be that the tour group was a little too large. Several people were encouraged by the tourguide to just join in, which made it difficult to see the items in the cases that she was describing. I would suggest asking others to either wait outside or stay in the small gift shop area rather than just hooking up with a tour which has already started. Most adults will not mind waiting. Tours are only $5 per adults. There were only two children in our tour, and they were older and well behaved. People continued to join for the first 15 mins of the tour, which lasted an hour and was disruptive. The large group made it stuffy in the small house as well. I learned a lot during the tour and recommend it. Edward Gorey was a fan of cats and the cat urine/spray smell is still evident in his house. There is also a large cat roaming around in the house.
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