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Three friends and I drove over two hours to visit the museum. When we arrived, we found a hand written note saying they would be closed on July 7th but would open the next day. There was no mention of this on the website or...More
This is a wonderful home, it was moved to this spot from southern WV, Pearl's father's house is next door. You can take a guided tour (we didn't have time, 30-45 minutes), will do it next time. Not far from here Is Droop Mountain Battlefield...More
You will want to see the beautiful historic house where Pearl Buck was born and wrote of and learn some of its fascinating history, and the accomplishments of Pearl and her family! It's really a grand home full of treasures from Pearl's family and another...More
This is a beautiful property in a very scenic area. There are two houses on the property. The Stulting house is the white house and the actual birth home. The Sydenstricker House on the left as you go in is Pearl's father's birthplace and childhood...More
I read the Good Earth and enjoyed it so much that I had to go see the house. I live not too far away so I enjoyed seeing the place for the first time and getting to know a WV legend like Pearl S. Buck.
My wife and I stopped today at the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace in Hillsboro, West Virginia. Hillsboro, like many towns in the mountainous part of West Virginia, is tucked into a valley. Pearl S. Buck was born in a Hillsboro home to two missionaries who...More
We just happened to see the sign for this attraction. We know of Pearl Buck because she attended college in our home town. The tour was magnificent and packed with a great deal of admiration from our guide. This tour is great for those who...More
Although I haven't read any of Pearl Buck's books, the person I was with did and so we called ahead for a tour. It definitely was work the time, as the docent we had was incredibly enthusiastic and informative. Every inch of the house is...More
Lots of history, antiques, and a deep understanding of a renowned American writer and her times. Beautiful countryside surroundings. Well-versed guides. If you have less than an hour, ask the guide for the quick tour.