Reviews of John Brown House Museum (Tourist Attraction)

52 Power St, Providence, RI 02906, United States Located in: Brown University

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REVIEWS OF John Brown House Museum IN Rhode Island

Maria del Pilar Herrenschmidt

Colin Hubbard

This house is incredible! Take the tour, $10 per. If you get Lyle as your tour guide ask about the burning of the Gaspee. It ties in with a piece on the second floor. Amazing story about the founder of the estate. Lyle is an excellent tour guide.

Jay

Nolan Hatley

Jen Rhodes

Phil Neil

Elise Carlson

Friendly, helpful.guides in a spectacular museum

Anthony Manzi

Sandi Bottoms

Rhode Island's John Brown....This a very cool place to visit if you're a history buff or just looking for something to do.

Carol Palmer

Great walking tour of Benefit Street with Denise

Karen Howard

A Historical House w/ A Guided Tour For A Small Fee & Some Days During The Year Are Free.

Nicole Conti

Went for an hour tour of the house. Guide spent over an hour talking to us about the history of the house and the city. Very interesting museum.

frau kowalski

(Translated by Google) For the American standard certainly historically valuable, from a European point of view rather small and unspectacular. Half an hour without a guide was enough. Unfortunately, there was no German audio version & the German version of the map was not very clear. (Original) Für den amerikanischen Standard sicherlich historisch wertvoll, aus europäischer Sicht eher klein und unspektakulär. Eine halbe Stunde ohne Führung hat ausgereicht. Leider gab es keine deutsche Audioversion & die deutsche Ausführung der Map war nicht ganz eindeutig.

John S.

The Historical Society staff were very helpful in allowing me to find my Rhode Island attraction. What I was looking for was not at this house.

Andrei M

The house of John Brown.

Tess Rondeau

Great guided tour today. Really interesting family

Shawn Henry

This was an interesting home where he and his family lived for a short time and the history of the man, major historic events, and what was going on in the country was brought to life by this site. Price is reasonable and the guide was great!! Give it a chance.

Kelvis Hernandez

Jeffrey Miller

I love seeing a historical home that was visited by the founding fathers. Would definitely see again!!! Thanks big guy!

Justin Kahn

Amazing early American historical artifacts, maps, portraits etc. Really a one of a kind museum, given the rarity and value of some of its ostentatious furnishings on show. Well worth a visit. Also featuring a newly added exhibit room which focuses on the tragedy of “The Sally”, an ill fated (yet all too archetypal of the era) slave trading expedition organized by early benefactors / founders of Brown University

Diego Scherer da Silva

Guido Hermanns

Da es in Providence sonst nicht wirklich etwas zu sehen gibt ist der Besuch des John Brown Museums absolut empfehlenswert. Sehr freundliches Personal, geführte oder Audio-guided Touren. Nach europäischem Kulturniveau nicht so beeindruckend, wie beworben, aber in jedem Falle Ziel Nr. 1 für alle historisch Interessierten. Für kleine Kinder, die der englischen Sprache nicht mächtig sind, nicht empfehlenswert.

Karl Schaeffer

Easily overlooked gem in the city--well worth the visit! Docents are very knowledgeable, humorous and friendly. Learn a bit about the Brown brothers: John, Joe, Nick and Moe!

Isaac Graber

Mark Lindenberg

Very interesting.

Dudley Stevens

Julie Cerrito

Great. Informative but stuffy. No fresh air.

Crystal Castillo

It was free and educational. They are passionate about this house

Matt Hawkes

Wonderful historic house. The staff were very informative and friendly. Do give this place a visit when in Providence.

Dovy Schwartz

Was there with the tour, was really nice tour guide, explained everything really nice

Wayne Budgen

Excellent venue with interesting exhibits. Friendly and professional staff. Walking tours available for the local area.

Jean François Galléan

(Translated by Google) It was closed (Original) C'était fermé

Emily Rauscher

Judy Trimble

sophia bailey

We wandered in here on Veteran's Day and were delighted to find that admission was free that day. There were very few visitors and we were able to look around at our leisure and not fight the crowds. We kept a mental list of several questions for the historians working on the first floor, and they proceeded to share some fascinating bits of history about the furnishings and John Brown and about the history of the settling of Providence.

Kazunori Yoshida

Fernanda Rosales

It was so beautiful but sadly we couldn't go in

Maggie Mendes

Heather O'brien

Came all the way down here from Massachusetts says it's opened but it's not at least up date your hours on the website. Didn't get to go I'm and I already dislike this ridiculous museum.

Ely Margolis

We bought tickets at the museum for a walking tour of Benefit Street which turned out to be a very informative and fun way to spend the morning. Our tour guide, Russ, brought us into several of the local institutions (churches, libraries, etc.) and had lots of answers for us about things that were and were not on the tour. Had a great time!

Frank Kaplan

Ok

Eudy Nunez

Great place to visit in order to soak up the history of R.I's very own Brown family. It is a must visit if you are a historian or history buff and want to indulge in the life of the people during colonial times.

Carl Raser

KADEN SMITH

i cant find my stuff

John Lupfer

Great tour! $10/person.

Marlena Karwowski

Travel back in time and experience unforgettable moments in this 18th century mention. Very attentive, helpful staff.

Darleen Rex

Amazing home

Paul van 't Sant

Matt Peppes

Great place to visit when in town!

Tanya M

Amazing museum

Ricardo Piccolo

Psctink

A lot of history here

Jeffery Scott

A historic Rhode island home with guided and audio tour options. Friendly staff and lots of interesting artifacts.

ליאת כהן

(Translated by Google) For those interested in history (Original) למי שמתעניין בהיסטוריה

boyi LIM

Cool place to visit! I was there on a Saturday when they had a reenactment of life during the 18th century, had a blast checking that out.

Kelly Baxter Golding

Wellington Castellucci junior Castellucci Junior

Excellent

Stace D

Visiting Providence, we were at a loss for what to do on a Monday afternoon. I found this place whilst trying to find a museum or something, and what a stroke luck!! Touring the John Brown House turned out to be a very good time. It was educational, but also interesting (this is coming from a fun-loving, 30-something). We elected to walk around with a tour guide (no extra cost), and he was wonderful! Never boring. He gave the tour like he was telling a story. The house is beautiful and they let you wander about and take photos too. It was not busy when we went, and we spent about 2 hours there total.

Debu Tante

Wonderful tour. Great history, art, decor and architecture. And I learned the story of The Sally... sad and horrific but so important to know

Melissa Karol

Vinny Parente

went there as kid on 5th grade school trip thought it was cool.. have been there 3times as a adult still say its great a must see tour!!

Mylène Abraham

Jolie endroit avec guide.

David Goodfellow

Great place to tour....summer concerts are excellent...

Janette Cotton

Interesting museum with rooms set out as they were in the olden days. The accompanying guide describes the various stories attached to each room and the history behind John Brown House. Helpful and knowledgeable staff.

Marina

Vic Laskorski

What an amazing home museum! See a real piece of history and learn a lot about colonial and early american Providence!

Katie Trott

Nice and cheap for an unguided tour! The house is gorgeous and so much fun to walk through!

Natalie Linden

charles gledhill

Alex Cournoyer

les audio-guides sont franchement intéressants. la maison est un vrai palace !

Darren Sorensen

Self guided audio tour was a great way to see the house. Pleasant staff.

Elvis Carissimi

Mark Rubinstein

Mario Brilhante

Business Hours of John Brown House Museum in Rhode Island

SUNDAY
CLOSED
MONDAY
CLOSED
TUESDAY
1–4PM
WEDNESDAY
1–4PM
THURSDAY
1–4PM
FRIDAY
1–4PM
SATURDAY
10AM–4PM

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