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The Mark Twain House & Museum


category : Museums
Elaborate Victorian (1874) mansion with rare interiors by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1881) was the author's home for 17 years (1874-1891). 19 furnished rooms including many of Twain's possessions. National Historic Landmark. The Museum Center features fine gift shop, caf-, Ken Burns? documentary, orientation and changing exhibition galleries, lectures and special programs.


Admission: Adults $12, seniors $11, students (13-18) $10, children (6-12) $8, 5 and under free.
Address: 351 Farmington Ave.
(at Woodland St.)
I-84 Ex. 46
Phone: (860) 247-0998

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