This is a 19th century colonial house built by Captain Andrew Haig that's really worth a couple of hours of your time. Provides some important context and background to the lives of early settlers to the area, and a peak at how the wealthy lived. Gorgeous house with well-kept rooms, plenty of information on offer from helpful guides, and brimming with antiques and trinkets. $10 entry fee. Closed on Mondays.
It feels like a very artistic place, but I just looked at it in front of the window.
More feeling here makes me think it is a manual practice.