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House Tour - The Dining Room

Victorian Dining Room

The dining room runs from the front to the back of our house and is also entered from the foyer. Early in the era, this room was located in the basement with the kitchen. It was once believed that food was digested better in the dark. Later, the room was moved to the first floor.

You'll notice that the furniture is a dark wood and quite typically ornate in style. We keep our table open fully to accommodate guests. You will usually find a "sideboard" and a china closet (located behind the dining set). Against the wall you can't see are some additional chairs and a tea cart. Also out of view is the dinner wagon which is used to transport the food and drinks to and from the dumbwaiter on the back wall.

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