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10 hours ago
You will have a tour guide (at first I was a little annoyed about having a tour guide because I wanted to explore on my own and not feel pressured to move quickly through the exhibits), that may be quite knowledgeable about the grounds. My tour guide was pretty patient with me as I took my time to explore, read some history, and take photos. This is not a huge historical site but there was still a lot of information being presented. I visited on a Saturday and it was mostly empty, which I liked. Covid safety precautions were in place. It's a decent one-time experience.
Bryan was the tour guide and he was fantastic! Personable and full of knowledge.
It was a beautiful sunny day so we sat in the yard admiring the beauty of the estate.
Well worth the groupon but also worthy of our support and contributions. Make a donation or buy something in their gift shop.
Excellent tour guide. We had a private tour since no one else was around at the time. It was a fun visit. The tour guide really knew her stuff. I was impressed. I wish we could have stayed longer. Nice gift shop with decent prices!
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About This Deal
Choose from Four Options
$9.25 for admission for two (up to $12 value)
$17.50 for admission for four (up to $24 value)
$20.50 for an Individual membership for one ($30 value)
Closed for public tours through April 6th tentatively.
Free admission to the Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site
Free or substantially discounted admission to museum programs
10% off purchases at the museum shop
Invitations to special events
Subscription to the seasonal newsletter, Starting from Paumanok
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Limit 3 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Admission options must be used in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site
Before Walt Whitman became an iconic poet and a pioneer of free verse, he spent his early years in this home. Whitman was born in this West Hills farmhouse, which Walter Whitman Sr. built himself around 1810. It was later restored in 2001.
A shining example of Long Island craftsmanship, Whitman's birthplace has earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1998, it was deemed an "American Treasure" by the White House Millennium Council.
Take a tour led by trained tour guides who discuss architecture and lifestyle during the 1820s, the history of the house, and the life of Walt Whitman. Visit the modern visitors center to hear Whitman's actual voice on tape, and view the school desk he used as a teacher on Long Island. Stroll the manicured 1.5 acre grounds and enjoy the tranquil surroundings.