The Edgar Allan Poe Cottage, was the last home (1846–49) of the brilliant but troubled poet and author, who moved his wife here because he thought the "country air" would be good for her tuberculosis. The house is outfitted as a memorial to the writer, with period furnishings and exhibits on his life and times.
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The Edgar Allan Poe Cottage
2640 Grand Concourse, USA
Our Rating Neighborhood The Bronx Hours Mon–Fri group tours by appointment, Sat 10am–4pm, Sun 1–5pm Transportation Subway 4 or D to Kingsbridge Road Phone 718/881-8900 Prices Adults $5, Students, children and seniors $3 Web site http://www.bronxhistoricalsociety.org/poecottage
Map2640 Grand Concourse USA New York City
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