The Alexander Noble House in Fish Creek, Wisconsin is an educational experience.
The well informed docents make you feel like you are stepping back in time.
This home is an excellent example of Greek Revival farmhouse architecture from the late 19th century. It contains many artifacts from the Noble family and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
It was restored by the nonprofit Gibraltar Historical Association in 1996. Now the house and its beautiful Noble Square Park serves as a reminder of the past.
I would consider another visit and bring along a few friends.
Bus tours are always welcome.
Tour fees are only $3.00. What a deal!
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