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The house is a fantastic trip back in time. Make sure you go up the cupola. It is not La Doma in... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
qed982
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Raleigh, North Carolina
Nicely restored with knowledgeable guides and beautiful gardens.

Know that you have to go to the courthouse to request a tour and pay. We lucked up and as soon as... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
connieherringdine
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Watkinsville, Georgia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The house is a fantastic trip back in time. Make sure you go up the cupola. It is not La Doma in Florence. But it is true American.

Thank qed982
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Know that you have to go to the courthouse to request a tour and pay. We lucked up and as soon as we pulled up, there was a tour we could join and pay afterwards. Not only was the guide very good, but a local...More

Thank connieherringdine
Reviewed 5 January 2018

The volunteers here include some real history buffs. They can tell you about the house and the people who lived there and about the furnishings in detail. We took the tour all the way up to the cupola, which was made as an observation spot....More

Thank Ontario76
Reviewed 21 December 2017 via mobile

Saw this historical home from a distance and were excited to take the tour! Entered through the lovely garden gate, taking several photos. Tried to enter but apparently you have to find the visitors center to get a ticket to tour. Would make much more...More

Thank CarsonsMommy
Reviewed 29 October 2017

We were in Edenton on a day the house itself was closed but were able to walk the exterior and the gardens. If you garden, whether from the US or abroad, I think you might enjoy this one. Clearly a lot of work has been...More

Thank Maxine2012
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Small but worth a stop, the gardens were lovely, and the volunteers friendly! It doesn't take much time but interesting.

Thank whidbeycj
Reviewed 10 June 2017

A must see in Edenton, the Cupola House is absolutely beautiful inside and out. Docents are very knowledgable You must get tickets to visit. If you can't visit the inside, still make sure to see the well maintained, lovely gardens.

Thank elandja
Reviewed 24 April 2017

The Cupola House is a must see when visiting Edenton. There is a small well taken care of garden that will first grab your attention. The volunteers do a good job of maintaining it. The house was at one point the county library. The restorations...More

Thank NCTraveler2015
Reviewed 14 March 2017

The Cupola House is a prominent fixture just one block up Broad St from the waterfront. There is a beautiful well tended garden that surrounds the property. My pet peeve with most of the historic sites in Edenton also applies to the CH, the lack...More

Thank rjmurphynj12
Reviewed 28 November 2016 via mobile

Beautifully redone old 1758 home literally saved by the community of Edenton . Volunteer guide was both very knowledgeable and fun. Particularly nice gardens - an Iris in bloom on November 27th!

Thank mariasmomonkent
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