Alice Austen House

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Although photographer Alice Austen lived in here for most of her life in the early 1900s, this house was actually built long before in 1690. In the 17th century it was much more modest, starting out as a one-room house and may have been a safe haven for a woman who was put on trial (and then acquitted) for witchcraft. Summer is a popular season to visit when the grounds boast a stunning sunset view. The house is open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 12 to 4; admission is only $5. (Submitted by Jose Medrano)

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