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A Victorian Christmas

Alli Walker
8 a.m.-4 p.m., Thursday December 06 | Free.

 William Howard Taft National Historic Site celebrates a Victorian Christmas with free events throughout the holiday season. The house where William Howard Taft was born and raised will be decorated to reflect the mid-Victorian period. 



Where: William Howard Taft National Historic Site
Phone: 513-684-3262
Address: 2038 Auburn Ave.
Website: www.nps.gov/wiho

William Howard Taft National Historic Site

2038 Auburn Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45219
 
Come see the boyhood home of the nation’s 27th president and 10th chief justice. Features an animatronic version of Taft’s son, Charles Phelps Taft II.
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