We tried the cassette tape tour but it wasn't what the kids wanted. Looking at all the old buildings was interesting. It seemed like a good family business and they were all very friendly.
We see the bad reviews and wonder why, as we loved it and yes it is run down, but I remember when I was a kid that a lot of us even in the sixties had some run-down things and I used an out house for real in the winter. The items really give you an idea what it looked... More
My Wife & I stopped during the Sturgis Rally of 2013 & were greeted by a beautiful , very courteous young teen age woman, who gave us a very interesting & factual history lesson you wont get from the main stream sources around the area. We also met her mother who gave us even more information & then started us... More
I was very disappointed. The cassette tape tour was hard to follow...and the narrators voice was soooo monotone. And they have not done any upkeep at all to this place. And they did just throw some things in some of the display buildings. One must have been used for storage for someone's ceramic collection. There were random things from the... More
This place is so haunted and original! Can imagine what it would be like back in the day. The stockade is so haunted it drops your phone battery! Recommended!
I recently went to Four Mile with my family. Upon arrival I was skeptical about the quality of the town. The lady at the front desk was very friendly and the workers all being dressed in period clothing was a nice touch. The admission was 5$ a person and was completely fair. We were given a cassette player before entering... More
We thought it looked like a good place to visit. We talked with the lady at counter about the stagecoach that used to travel thru there. It was a great story, then we paid $5 each for the tour and was handed a cassette player with a audio of the tour that talked faster than we could walk through it,... More
While other similar exhibits to this are called "Heritage Villages" this doesn't lend itself to fancy titles but contains similar displays and shows buildings of the Old West. There are some interesting structures which show what life must have been like in the pioneering days and I thought well worth the admission price.
Our kids ranged from 9-16 and the younger ones had fun running around in this "Ghost Town," but the antiques there were not period. It was just a bunch of junk put in some rickety buildings they put up on a spot that USED to have an old west town. NOTHING WAS ORIGINAL except the green slimy spring that was... More
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