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Having three successive families makes for interesting history and decor: everything from Art Deco bathrooms to original 1830s shelving; a beautiful staircase to an exhibition on travel. This is a lovely house with large and beautiful gardens, well used for weddings. Well worth a visit.
The Rotch-Jones-Duff House and Gardens are open to the public for a nominal fee. I think we paid a senior rate of $5 per person. Docents are pleasant and eager to please. Though tours are usually self-guided, staff led us through the first floor rooms because the house wasn't busy on the day of our visit. Built in 1834 for... 更多
This house is a treasure - and it's huge! Owned by several families over the years - you will get great information from the tour guide about the families and the life they lead. Very elegant house -- gives you a taste of what it must have been like to live there a hundred years ago. Small gift shop.
This house really builds on the shore side aspects of the New Bedford whaling industry. The house is amazing and sometimes docents are available. The staff is very helpful and accommodating. The garden is nice, but I think that the house is the real reason to visit. It's mostly self guided tours, but the info they give you sets you... 更多
Although our tour was last minute, the tour guide was absolutely a delight, encouraging us to park on the side... 更多
Lovely house worth seeing when visiting historic New Bedford. It's part of the fascinating whaling and economic history of the... 更多
A beautiful house on a beautiful piece of land! Everything is well manicured and preserved so that you experience is... 更多
I enjoyed seeing the Rotch-Jones-Duff house, which was built by wealthy families when whaling was at its peak. The house... 更多