Visited with my husband and 2 teens. My daughter is a huge Poe fan so this was for her. It is a small museum and doesn't take a lot of time to go through. We did watch the 10 min film at th start which...更多
For fans of Edgar Allan Poe mostly, information is well presented. It's a little off the beaten path from the other sights in Philadelphia but is easily accessible by SEPTA bus #47. We enjoyed our visit.
This place is a must-visit if you are familiar with Poe's stories. I'd strongly recommend a guided tour that takes about 45 minutes. Otherwise you are just viewing a few empty rooms. The tour guide really brought it to life, he was very knowledgable and...更多
I've been trying to get my 11 year old to do the Junior Ranger program for years and this was the first time he finally decided to do it! He loved it and now has an interest in Poe writings! You don't need much time...更多
A must-see for Poe fans. the staff was friendly, the gift shop was well=stocked, and the whole site can be seen is less than 1 hour. Be sure to bring your National Park Passport to collect the stamp here.
Even though Poe lived here a short time, this is the only house dedicated to the memory of one of America's great authors. There's not much to the museum. Do go expecting to see Poe's belongings. There's an informative film, a few displays about his...更多
This is a house that Poe lived in with his wife and her mother for about a year. It's a little run down, but with the Park Services in the US not getting the funding they need, I suppose that is to be expected. I...更多
The National Park Rangers were the best! They brought Edgar Allan Poe and his family to life with their thorough understanding of the writer and his times. The modest home is a gem in the city. Captures the impact and inspiration that Poe had on...更多