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We had an excellent time visiting this place. We visited on a Saturday after 2 pm and at that time there were not many people. The volunteers are very knowledgeable of the history of the place. It was an excellent time this visit. I would...More
This home has a lot of history behind it. It was first owned by a rich individual (Pratt) who ended up moving to San Francisco and sold this home to the White family for less than half of what he paid for, what a blessing!...More
Ellen White a prophet of the Seventh Day Adventist church lived her during her latter years. She received visions for her books in an upper room in which she wrote about her prophecies. A best selling author in North America!
Elmshaven is a fantastic place to relive the final years of the most published authoress in history who wrote on themes as extensive as salvation, the love of God, education, child rearing, leadership, the second advent, and health reform. The Victorian house is exquisitely preserved.
Ellen White has an amazing story to tell. Her home reflects a specific time in American history and is very well presented.
Web directions are good but there were few signs until we actually arrived. Susie our guide spoke with confidence and passion. This attraction...More
Ellen G. White received messages from God, which became the basis for the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Her home looks just like it did when she lived there, circa 1900-1915. Followers lovingly give free tours of the beautiful historic home, which was built by Robert...More
We stopped here on a beautiful weekday morning and were given a warm welcome by a lovely lady who is one of the caretakers of the property, owned by the Seventh-day Adventists. I had never heard of Ellen White, but evidently she was one of...More
From a child, I have always dreamed of visiting Elmshaven! I have read so much about it. I got there just 20 minutes before they were to close - but the folks running the site let me take a self-tour thru this historic home. I...More