The Inside Scoop at

Historic House Museums

Posted on: August 10, 2011

When dealing with “interiors” thoughts naturally gravitate towards “historic” interiors — and what better place to find them than within an historic home!

Doing some searching I came across an interesting blog actually called THE HISTORIC INTERIOR. Short blog posts, replete with photos, salute some exceptional historic homes, including The Gamble House (Pasadena, CA); Maymont (Richmond, VA); and Locust Grove (Louisville, KY).

A special treat: check out the  Journal of an “Arts & Crafts in Britain” Tour, from London to Glasgow with Gamble House, which took place in May-June 2011.

CHECK OUT the “BlueStar Museums” website. Vermont’s listing, alas, contains little in the “historic home”, but does include Billings Farm & Museum (Woodstock, VT) and Ethan Allen Homestead Museum (Burlington, VT).

A special book signing takes place August 21 at the Homestead’s Tavern:


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