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This event was not near as big as it was a few years ago, there was no venders. was looking forward to the leather shop and flag shop. The camp was set up good just not as many as usual. the one's that did show...More
It was easy to get to from Route 187 and worth an afternoon visit. Everyone was right, Lee was amazing. She gave me a tour of the main house alone with Nate. It was his first day working at the site and she wanted him...More
I wasn't sure what to expect. I am in the area working and didn't want to sit in the motel room on this beautiful day, so I searched for something to do. It was well worth the 30 min drive up there. I enjoyed learning...More
We saw ads in the local "things to do" booklet at the hotel we were staying at in Towanda,Pa and decided to visit. We were so happy we did. We are always looking to learn anything new about our country's history, and this gem of...More
My husband and I toured the French Azilum. The grounds are beautiful. The tour guide, Lee, was extremely knowledgeable and personable. The house is not to be missed. There were a lot of original artifacts included in the house which gives one a real appreciation...More
We were so surprised when we visited this beautiful historic spot. We've seen it from Rt. 6 and never knew there was an actual museum to see. Lee (Tour guide) is a smart gal, and knows just about everything about this place. Including the saying...More
It's just ok...I love history and the locals have tried to preserve what's there. Which isn't much. Bradford county has a lot of history but the county really doesn't push it. Local restaurants and hotels are nearby. But not too much else .
Unknown to most Americans, in the late 1700s before the French revolution the French royal family and other French nobility secretly purchased a large block of land in a secluded bend in the Pennsylvania wilderness where they hoped to escape and survive if they were...More
If you don't have GPS the odds of finding this are fair to middling. Even with GPS it wasn't easy to find but well worth it. The history behind the settlement and going through the LaPorte's house was very interesting. The view is spectacular and...More
There's not much left that relates directly to the French settlement of the 1790's but the beauty and remote nature of the site make it clear why it was chosen as a get-away for French aristocrats. It's also not hard to see why they didn't...More