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Amazingly preserved house

We loved this house - almost everything is original - woodwork, furniture, display pieces on... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
LauriH44
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Sioux Falls, South Dakota
A Well Preserved Victorian Era House

Run by a non-profit group, donations are gratefully accepted. House tours are given by people... read more

Reviewed February 8, 2016
DAKOTATRAVELER2
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YANKTON
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3 weeks ago
“Amazingly preserved house”
8 Feb 2016
“A Well Preserved Victorian Era House”
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509 Pine St, Yankton, SD 57078-4036
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We loved this house - almost everything is original - woodwork, furniture, display pieces on shelves and mantels - some of the wallpaper is reproduction. The tour guide, who also lives there, was an incredible fount of information. Since we were the only ones for...More

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Reviewed February 8, 2016

Run by a non-profit group, donations are gratefully accepted. House tours are given by people knowledgeable about the home's history.

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Reviewed September 7, 2015

Interesting. Resident Curator great! Historic and well preserved. Lot's of information about Yankton in it's early days.

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Anne S
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Adults are $7.00 and children under 12 pay just $3.00.
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This Eastlake Stick Style Victorian home was built in 1886. Most furnishings and even wallpapers are original to the home.
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