It was very much worth visiting and the guides were excellent. If one does not appreciate historical furnishings and how people lived a century ago, then this may not be for you. But even kids are usually interested in old Edison players or kitchen utensils etc - if you engage them.
The picture with the purple table... that was from my wedding!!! We worked with Yanna, and she was very accommodating and kind. We were the first ones to get married after redoing the garden. I saw what it could be after seeing it for the first time under construction... even then, I knew this was the garden I wanted to... 更多
nice little museum. belonged to a young man at the start of the 20th century and tells the story of his success through his work, home, family and garden. The ghost part is about ghost towns in southwestern Arizona.
Recently traveled to Yuma to visit all the historical sites, this was one of them. Going here you will hear stories of how Sanguinetti came to Yuma penniless at just15. How he quickly grew to become a civic-minded businessman whose various enterprises—electricity, ice house, ranching, farming, merchandising, banking, and real estate—advanced his own well-being and that of the community he... 更多
The volunteers have done a good job in keeping the rooms of the house in period. Bring you camera because there are some very unique antiques in their original setting. The house is well looked after as are the quiet gardens out back. It's small, but handy when walking in downtown old Yuma. The staff are great and very informative.
It is a very short walk from the main old town shops and right next door to the Garden Cafe... 更多
Ever since the AHS people from Phoenix and Tucson 'took' (another work is 'stole') the archives from here, as well... 更多