The historic Jordan House Museum is a stunning circa 1850 Victorian home with an important story to tell. The home of the family of James C. Jordan, this house is a stop on the Underground Railroad, and the radical abolitionist John Brown was a visitor, twice with groups of formerly enslaved individuals he was escorting to Canada. The home is filled with antiques, many of which are original to the home and family. The Jordan House features graphic wallpaper, lovely woodwork and dramatic spaces. It is beautiful inside and out, but would be better for smaller shoots, as the rooms are generally not large.