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This home of a provincial governor is a rare blend of rustic charm and genteel refinement. Built by Governor William Keith in 1722 and sold to Dr. Thomas Graeme in 1739, the house reflects a Scottish heritage and interprets how servants, friends and family members lived in the 1700s. Programs include the Celtic Heritage Festival, Living History Events and Candlelight Tours. Visitor services include guided house tours and museum store. Operated in partnership with the Friends of Graeme Park.
|FRI:||10:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|SAT:||10:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|SUN:||noon - 4:00 pm|
Tours of Keith House: Adult: $6.00
Seniors (65+) & Discount: $5.00
Youth (3-11): $3.00
Children under 3: Free
Active Military Duty & Immediate Family: Free
Discounted rates for group tours by reservation.
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