Follow the Kirby and Hill families through time as you tour this home. Built in 1902, each room in the house interprets a different time period of use, concluding in 1999. The most outstanding architectural features include the curved walls and oval grand staircase. Much of the furniture and china is original to the house and on the grounds is a state champion crape myrtle tree that is over 100 years old. From time to time, the museum hosts a Murder Mystery dinner and children's activities.
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