Marshel I was there as a teenager, love history, and am an animal lover. At the time I was not all that into cats, but it was great! They do a guided tour and talk about his life. Many items in the house are a bit eccentric which makes it fun. The cats have free roam of the grounds and the house. They ask that you do not disturb the cats, meaning don't wake up sleeping ones or be annoying but there were quite a few that willingly came up to me for pets and the staff does not mind if you pet them just dont disturb them. Actually when we bought the tickets at the ticket booth, there was a cat laying right on the counter sleeping. The ticket person put the tickets on the cat and my mom laid the money on the cat and it never moved. The cats basically run the house, because I guess that is the way hemingway had it. Many are polydactyl (spelling). There was not a whole lot of reference to his literature unless you went looking for it, it was more about how he lived and his life and some of what inspired some of his works. Anyway long story short, if your in to historical attractions, literature and/or cats its a great place to visit!