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Bacon's Castle

465 Bacon's Castle Trail

With its cruciform shape, triple chimneys and curvilinear gables, Bacon's Castle is a rare surviving example of Jacobean architecture in America. Visitors today can step back to the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century through the doors of Bacon's Castle. Using the Allen's inventories from 1711 and 1755, furnishings have been selected to interpret daily life. Much of the early and original massive hand hewn beams are evident on the upper floors of the home. 


Keri Salyards

Sunday, June 10, 2018
Pretty and unique historical tour, but rather pricey for what you see, in my opinion. You can, however, see the downstairs of the house and the outside garden for no charge, and there's instructions for a free cell phone tour right outside the front door. Staff was extremely friendly and very knowledgeable.

Kim Boehm

Sunday, May 27, 2018
Ryan was our tour guide. He was fantastic and very knowledgeable about the three owners of the house and the Bacon escapade. Would definitely recommend.

Dorothy La Bella

Monday, May 21, 2018
Great experience...our tour guide, Ryan, was wonderful! Very informative and funny! Also you can take pictures, without a flash...

Stewart Wolfe

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
This is a fascinating house, with a very interesting history. It's well worth a visit.

Ric Bergstrom

Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Oldest brick structure in North America. Wonderfully preserved and thoughtfully presented with info about architecture, the people and it's history. Worth a visit.

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