Very simple "museum". The house where Robert Frost is now alongside a busy road. The barn hosts the "museum" which is really just a spot to watch some videos on RF and look at some family portraits and tools. Inside, a plain, white clapboard house...that shows some of the artifacts of the early 1900s when the family lived there. They had relocated to England then Franconia...and the property was a "junk yard" for decades, until the park service took it over and restored the property to its original appearance. You can do this in less than an a hour. A good stop for teachers, history buffs and readers of literature and poetry.
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