Rachel Carson Homestead
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|Facility:||Rachel Carson Homestead|
|Description:||The Rachel Carson Homestead is the birthplace and early home of scientist and author, Rachel Carson (1907-1964). The 19th century farmhouse is listed as a National Historic Landmark and is located in Springdale, Pennsylvania.
The Homestead is situated in a suburban neighborhood where visitors can tour the four remaining rooms that Rachel Carson shared with her parents, her brother and sister. Standing in her bedroom, you can look through the window as she did and imagine what life was like for her as a young girl in the early 1900s. This was a humble home that had no indoor plumbing and a lean-to kitchen at the back of the house.
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|Address 1:||613 Marion Avenue|
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|Hours:||The grounds and gardens are open to the public year round. Tours of the historic house are available year round by appointment.|
|Admission:||Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for senior adults and children over 5 years old, and free for children under 5. Free admission for Members.|
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