Dear Twainiacks:

I am beginning to consider a trip to the home of Mark Twain in Hartford.
Before I go, I'll call them and inquire if I, as a blind person, will
permitted to "touch" anything, knowing all too well that I have been dragged
through numerous exhibits with were often visually oriented, and I gained
nothing from the experience.  Even as sighted persons, do you think the
house tour is "worth it"?  How fascinating is it?

Thank you.