After coronavirus shutdowns, these homes are open and as beautiful as ever.
As many places begin to reopen in the wake of updated state guidelines in regards to COVID-19, we know where we’ll be headed first: historic house museums. Slowly but surely, many former homes-turned-museums are open to visit again, including several Newport mansions, the Biltmore Estate (which owns the official trademark America’s Largest Home®, in case you didn’t know), the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, and the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Of course, visitors have to wear face coverings and practice proper social distancing, but being able to see these incredible works of architecture, interior design, and landscaping right before your eyes makes it all worth it. Learn more about these famed houses below, and by visiting them in person.