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Photography is not allowed inside the house so you will be obliged to read what was written on the panels on the wall.
With the 3 small 1st floor rooms, 2nd floor not accessible to the public, you should be done in minutes. One room...More
Although it is only 2 rooms and a small hallway, this museum packs a powerful punch of facts and emotion. The first room is the permanent exhibit which chronicles the poet's life, that of his family and his impact on the world. It is mostly...More
Having grown up in a Midwestern town where Robert Frost often visited, and driving south on 7a from Manchester on our way to Salem, Mass, this was a "must" stop. It was a crisp, late November morning. The Museum itself was closed for the season,...More
Perhaps that is a good thing - to want more - after a visit. Essentially 3 rooms of the house are open -- the kitchen is where you buy your tickets. There is a living room with a large fireplace and storyboards around the walls...More
We visited the Robert Frost house in early October. Normally the house is open Wednesday through Sunday, but in October, it is open every day. The house is now a museum, with some pieces of furniture and other items from Frost's time there. We especially...More
Because I'm a fan I was willing to overlook some of the deficiencies others have identified. I wouldn't argue with any of those deficiencies.
I was willing to read and study to extract tidbits of information. It's there. Where he grew up and where he...More