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Cassysj wrote a review Apr 2019
Brooklyn, New York271 contributions42 helpful votes
I went to see this home and learn the fascinating background of Lewis Latimer. It's small and doesn't take too long to see the house but they do have an interesting video interviewing his grand-daughter.
Date of experience: April 2019
DMBT195 wrote a review Sep 2016
Thermopolis, Wyoming1,832 contributions362 helpful votes
A surprise find and history lesson about a man known for his contributions to the development of the light bulb and telephone. Worth seeing if you are nearby. It is not too far from the main area of Flushing.
Date of experience: June 2016
Mrslynseyjane wrote a review Jan 2016
London, United Kingdom974 contributions75 helpful votes
I visited this museum during Open House weekend. I was visiting other sites in the area and admission was free during this time. I am fond of visiting older houses so this seemed just my thing. The house itself didn't seem to be in great condition from the outside, with peeling paint, but the Queen Anne-style was beautiful. The interior has not been restored to the correct time period and the furniture is not original, but it still has a nice charm about it. There is lots of information about the previous owner, Lewis Latimer and it is most interesting. There are 3 spaces that you can visit, so a visit should only take around 30-45 minutes. Due to this I would probably only visit if in the area and probably wouldn't make a special trip. …
Date of experience: November 2015
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