Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast Museum is America’s most notorious B&B famed for its morbid backstory. In 1892, Lizzie Borden was accused of hacking her parents Andrew and Abby to death with a hatchet. She was eventually let go due to lack of evidence and the murder remained unsolved. The spirits of Andrew and Abby continue to haunt the house, showing themselves as apparitions dressed in Victorian-era clothing or making disturbing wailing noises. Guests may brave an evening in the room where Abby was murdered; or, opt for an hour-long tour around the museum. Grab an ax-wielding Lizzie bobblehead from the gift shop before you go!
Scenic plantation. Mostly learnt about the history of plantations and slavery. Not photographed here are the exhibition of the slaves’ quarters and the Roman’s mansion, which depicted life of the people living there in late 1800s and early 1900s.
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