Kirkwood, Pennsylvania: Gnome Countryside

Rich "The Gnomeman" Humphreys, who resembles actor Wilford Brimley, leads two-hour tours of his rural property populated with gnomes. Among the stops are the "Gnomery," "Gnome Gniagra," and the super-sad "Valley of the Shadows of Litter."
63 Bridle Path Rd, Kirkwood, PA
From Kirkwood drive west 1.5 miles on Hwy 472/Kirkwood Pike. Turn north onto Bartville Rd. Drive three-quarters of a mile. Turn left onto Bridle Path Rd. Drive a half-mile.
By appt only. (Call to verify)
Adults $10.
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Dick is a wonderful, gentle storyteller. Gather a small group, and book a trip. It's very special for both adults and children.

[LauraLee, 05/05/2016]

Rich "The Gnomeman" Humphreys conducts tours of his gnome-inhabited property.

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