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The person who started building this most interesting house was my 7th great uncle, Ebenezer Wells. Through a guided tour, the house leads you from around 1735 through the next century with its additions. It was first painted blue in 1802. Who would have guessed!...More
This was very interesting, because you got to see how life in colonial times changed, from the early 1700s when they first settled Deerfield to when they got more safe and prosperous. They accomplished this by having each room shown in a different time period.
Make sure you make time to visit this house as it shows changes in the area homes over the years. Each room shows you a different time period. I am more interested in history, not antiques so this was a must see for me. My...More
The Wells-Thorn House is one of the houses that is in the Historic Deerfield museum. it can be visited on its own for $5.00. You must take a tour. Tours are given on the hour (10-4) and last about 30-45 minutes. it is better to...More