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This historic place allows a most interesting glimpse back to another time, inspired thoughts of what it must've been like to live in a time when the comforts of life were so much different. Well represents the hardy souls that envisioned what we could become.
The house is beautiful and very well kept it. Beautiful deck around the house with great views. You see how the couple, kids and servers were living there. The marriage couple was sleeping in sepate beds and rooms. Each one had a servent living with...More
As stated in other reviews, the house is exceptionally well kept, decorated with original furnishings and loaded with images that create a romantic tale of money, privilege and and visions of endless wealth. It was very interesting to hear of the many people lured by...More
The title of my review says it's a little town. With a population of 130, Medora, ND is a tiny town. However, there is lots to do here. It's main claim to fame is that the entrance to Theodore Roosevelt National Park is just off...More
This house and tour gives you a great idea of what it must have been like to live there if you were richy rich! The house is almost 90% all the same as it was when they lived there! It is also strange to think...More
My teens where not super excited when I told them about this stop- after all they had never heard of the house. After the tour and learning quite a bit about the ranch and the family both my 12 year old daughter and 14 year...More
Did not think it would be that interesting but we were with another couple who wanted to go. Glad we did. After a short walk to the house. They have people inside who explain the story of how the Marquis De More ended up with...More