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Heritage House Museum


category : Museums
A victorian home built in 1874, the Heritage House Museum is complete with turn of the century furniture and artifacts.


Admission: Free Admission
Hours: Sunday afternoons 1-5pm, or by appointment. Closed major holidays
Address: 122 W. Elm
Phone: 618-392-5491

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Heritage House Museum

A victorian home built in 1874

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