My husband was familiar w/ John Dickinson and wanted to visit the Plantation. Very nice home built in the 18th century - we watched the film on John Dickinson and toured the mansion. No fee is required but we made a small donation. Worthwhile to...更多
We decided to pay a visit to this historical site based upon its reviews and it was worth it. We started with a film before joining by walking distance the mansion. The free guided tour around the house was full of details about the family...更多
Prior to seeing the signs for the John Dickinson plantation, I must confess I had no idea who he was. The Plantation's proximity to the Air Mobility Command Museum made it a perfect detour. You can do the whole tour in about 60-90 minutes, and...更多
This museum is free. You can make a donation if you wish. I loved the location, the walk was amazing. The fresh air and smell of grass. After we took the tour we walked around for about 20 more min. The tour lady was awesome.
We visited the plantation on our way to D.C. with small children. The house tour is interestingly presented by very knowledgeable and passionate costumed staff. The house has original artifacts. The tour is just the right length for a 4 year old. We learned quite...更多
We pulled up and had a nice picnic under the shade trees. They have 4 picnic tables. The tour began with a movie and information on John Dickinson. Afterwards you'll go on the home and plantation tour. The staff have a lot of information and...更多
The staff at this museum are so welcoming and informative, there is an introduction and then you are shown around the house. We had a lovely experience, children enjoyed asking questions and they were extremely well answered by the knowledgeable staff. A peaceful setting with...更多