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The theme this year was funerals and next year will be weddings. Tour was very interesting, very nice preserved house and informative tour guide. Learned a lot on how different sayings and customs came to be. Learned things history books don't teach and we need...More
Currently this museum has a special exhibit on the customs for funerals in the late 18th century. Have you wondered why funeral parlours have the word parlour in the name, where the saying "For whom the bell tolls" came from, where flower girls originated? The...More
The theme for 2018 was funerals and mourning. Kind of morbid but I’m guessing that a lot of people find it appealing.
We had a very nice tour guide who knew a lot about the family history and the building, and it was well worth...More
laurieflowers, Director at Historic Alexander Noble House Museum & History Center, responded to this reviewResponded 5 August 2018
Thank you for the lovely review, we like to appeal to our visitors and sounds like you were a very interested visitor.
Tours range from 15 minutes-45 depending on the visitor and of course the other guests. We hope you return next year for Victorian...More
We enjoyed our visit to the Noble House so much last year (decorated to represent a Victorian Christmas) that we toured it again this past weekend. (This time decorated as a Victorian House in mourning.) Our docent was very knowledgeable and friendly, and we look...More
As a docent myself, I really appreciated such a well preserved and maintained historical house. It was a particular treat that so many of the furnishings belonged to the Noble family. The tour we had was small, and with a wonderful docent, so we were...More
Alexander Noble's house has 80 percent original furniture. His granddaughter who was a physician moved out of the house in 1990--"turned the key and left all the furniture." The volunteer guide knew so much about the house/area. $5 admssion
This was a lovely little house to tour. I could tell that thought was taken when choosing the wallpaper, carpets, and furnishings. There were artifacts throughout the house that did not tie to the house, but instead told the story of historic Door County. The...More
Thank Abby P
laurieflowers, Director of Sales at Historic Alexander Noble House Museum & History Center, responded to this reviewResponded 13 July 2017
Thank you for your visit, and the numerous complements. Many of the items in the home are original to the Noble family and every year we chose a theme with 2017 being "A Glimpse of the Past". We do our best to display...More
On the corner of Fish Creek's main intersection the Noble House Museum can be easy to miss. This museum and staff are remarkable. The history of the home owners and the area is a real treat. Walking through the home is a view of settings...More
Thank Larry B
laurieflowers, Manager at Historic Alexander Noble House Museum & History Center, responded to this reviewResponded 10 July 2017
Thank you for visiting our museum, we so love sharing our history.
Looking forward to your next visit.