From our forefathers to their grandchild, our home is where our heart lies. However, some transform their abode into a museum in memory of loved ones who passed away. Listed below are famous old houses that were turned into museums, arranged by age.
|The Paul Revere House||341|
|Nichols House Museum||217|
|Isabella Steward Gardner Museum||125|
|The Ringling—Ca’ d’Zan Sarasota||96|
|Fallingwater in Mill Run||85|
|Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Museum||24|
|Emily Dickinson Museum||18|
The Paul Revere House in Boston has the distinction of being the oldest of the ten. The owner said that you might meet the Boston silversmith who notified the Revolutionary militia in 1775 up close and personal. What’s more interesting is the incomparable American architectural masterpiece: the Fallingwater in Mill Run in Pennsylvania.
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