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The trolley tour left from here with an enthusiastic and knowledgeable college age guide. You see a lot of cool stuff besides historical buildings. The house tour is very interesting and informative, placing you in the historical context with a live, knowledgeable docent.
Would recommend a stop to take in some local history. Various out buildings and main home plus a option for a terrific 45 minute trolley tour of the nearby down town area for only $10 then a couple dollars more for the tour of the...More
Randomly decided to take our daughter here and check this place out. None of is have ever been here.
We decided to try the tour. Cost was $5 per adult, $3 for young children. $13 for a tour that took us over all the grounds...More
Every December they have a Civil War encampment on the small grounds. You walk outdoors at night to about 4 or 5 different campsites, where the soldiers talk about their situation and hardships. Different rooms in the home are decorated for Christmas and have local...More
I cannot recommend this historic house tour highly enough. We have taken numerous historic house tours in Charleston, Savannah, Wilmington and Raleigh and this was one of the best. The Mordecai House is in beautiful condition and our docent was very energetic and highly informative....More
They cliam they do not have the funds to repair and paint the chapel, but they do. Renting the chapel is high dollar, make sure you bring plenty of decorations for your event! It’s a very plain chapel. The people that work there, oh, most...More
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I personally do not know how far away it is but if you are used to inner city walking , then I think that it is very doable. It is quite difficult to find parking in downtown Raleigh period, but not impossible. Hope you... More
I personally do not know how far away it is but if you are used to inner city walking , then I think that it is very doable. It is quite difficult to find parking in downtown Raleigh period, but not impossible. Hope you can enjoy both as the Museum is very nice! Perhaps park near the History Museum and then drive around the Mordecai District.