This late Georgian, early Federal style house sits amidst the bustle of downtown Norfolk and is one of the first red, ... More
Moses Myers House
This late Georgian, early Federal style house sits amidst the bustle of downtown Norfolk and is one of the first red, Flemish-bond brick homes built after the American Revolution, as well as one of the first Jewish residents in Norfolk. The house contains around 70 percent of its original furnishings and is noted for its original artwork.
I visited the Moses Myers house recently - which is under restoration. Many of the furnishings are missing because of the work they are doing on the house but the tour was still worth it - if only to get an idea of what goes into restoring an old house.
I was given a wonderful tour of the house and a chance to speak with a conservator who was working on an upstairs mantle. The tour guides and the conservator were very friendly and extremely knowledgeable. I plan on returning within a year to see what progress they've made.
Free admission too!!
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