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My husband and I enjoyed our step into a time of glamour, wealth, and yet a time of innocence. The Warner family may have been wealthy, but their forefathers were smart business owners for their era.
We enjoyed the stories of the families, their attire...More
We had a fantastic tour, We had arranged to meet the director at the house as it was closed for the season for regular tours. He was amazing and so knowledgeable. We found out about the family who had built the house and everything in...More
The Warner House, also known as the MacPheadris-Warner House, is a historic house museum located at 150 Daniel Street at the corner of Chapel Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Built in 1716-1718, it is the oldest urban brick house in northern New England and one...More
I visited recently on a weekend. Had aa great tour guide. The house has a lot of furniture and other items original to owners of the house. I would recommend if you are doing a limited number of historic house tours.
We stopped by for their open house during the Market Square festival. We had a nice tour of the main floor (the upstairs wasn't accessible). It's a beautiful historic home, with original furnishings and leaded glass windows. There's also a pretty garden in the backyard....More
I visited the Warner House as part of a larger adventure of visiting many historic homes throughout New England. Thus it is hard for me to avoid comparisons. This house is certainly rich in history, and it was well presented by the kind and delightfully...More