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Goodman Museum

The Goodman Museum, known as Bonnie Castle by its original owner, Samuel Gallatin Smith, was originally built in 1859 as a one-story, four-room house. The young well-to-do bachelor was killed during...

Goodman Museum

The Goodman Museum, known as Bonnie Castle by its original owner, Samuel Gallatin Smith, was originally built in 1859 as a one-story, four-room house. The young well-to-do bachelor was killed during the Civil War, but before he left, he sold the home in 1861 to Franklin N. Gary. In 1866, Dr. W. J. Goodman, a local doctor and Civil War surgeon, bought the house and moved in with his bride, Mary Priscilla Gaston Goodman. For seventy-two years, the prominent family made this house their home.

The Goodman Museum is open for walk-in tours. Group tours, photograph sessions, meetings, and other functions must be scheduled in advance.

Source: Goodman Museum's webpage.

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