DENVER – Ever drive by a stately old house and wonder what it looks like inside? The historic Mundy House is in plain view on North Highway 16 in Denver is open for guided tours courtesy of the Eastern Lincoln Historical Society on Saturdays at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and at noon through Sept. 10 led by the Mundy House Tour Guides.

On these tours, visitors can learn where the Mundy family dried apples. How Maggie Mundy saved her grandchildren from a snake. How the family sharpened their knives and what day was wash day. The interior of Mundy House contains a treasure chest of history from the Denver area of Lincoln County and must be seen to appreciate. Best of all, the tour is free, but donations which are used to keep the house in good repair are appreciated. 

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