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This office/home is on of the most interesting historical places I have been. the family saved everything. One of the daughters was an accomplished photographer and her photos are incredible. The tour is affordable and our tour guide Jarrett was very engaging. Please stop by.
Historic M, Public Relations Manager at Dr. William Hutching's Office & Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 August 2017
Thanks again for your review! I have to say, we have been all so busy with this site and so blessed that we have so much for future generations to view and even research!
We visited during the "candlelight tour of homes". The staff was very knowledgeable and friendly and took the time to answer questions. I am astounded at how well preserved the doctors office was. A fascinating backstory ! Well worth the visit if you are history...More
This teeny tiny building isn't worth the 10 minutes it takes to walk in and out. You won't miss anything by skipping it. Spend your time on Main Street, a winery or the riverfront. If you decide to go take a mask or at least...More
Not bad but not very substantive office treatment room and upstairs bedrooms. Guide was reading cards during entire presentation. About we hat you may expect for $4 per person. Not horrible just a little light
Our Medical Alliance group took a day trip to Madison to visit this historic site, the office of Dr. William D. Hutchings. The building is a trove of fascinating relics from the late 1800s giving a clear look into the practice of medicine of days...More
Dr. Hutching's office and hospital was closed with everything inside it when he died, including pictures his daughter took of the office. It is in the process of being restored to it's original 1800's appearance, as time has done it's damage, but it is still...More
Dr. Hutching's office is an unusual facility in that it captures what the good doctor's office would have looked like while it he was practicing. There are artifacts to help the site seem alive and real, but I haven't seen much new. Do we already...More