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Bassett Hall, Williamsburg

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Bassett Hall is an 18th-century farmhouse located in Williamsburg, Virginia. It was the home of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and his wife Abby Aldrich Rockefeller during the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg.
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  • Tour the Rockefeller’s country home and see why they loved it. We learned quite a lot about the birth of Williamsburg as well from the knowledgeable guide. 
    Tour the Rockefeller’s country home and see why they loved it. We learned quite a lot about the birth of Williamsburg as well from the knowledgeable guide.  more »
  • I strongly recommend taking the guided tour and it possible to have Jackie be the one to show you the home. She was awesome - full of knowledge and humor and spending the time necessary to educate... 
    I strongly recommend taking the guided tour and it possible to have Jackie be the one to show you the home. She was awesome - full of knowledge and humor and spending the time necessary to educate...  more »
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  • The grounds are beautiful but unfortunately due to covid you are unable to tour house at the moment. Still worth a nice peaceful walk around the property.
  • The place was closed but you can still walk the pathway. Very nice and sunny ☀️ when I went. Everything is in bloom. Definitely will be back

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