We spent a good amount of time wandering through this museum "village" of various historic houses collected together. Each house was a snapshot of time going from prairie settlers setting up log cabins and forts to WW1 and WW2. Most of the time you were standing directly in an authetic house, and not a re-creation. The huge sheds filled with farming machinery was overwhelming. It was a maze of ropes, and sharp edges. I wouldn't think that this museum would be an easy place to maneuver for any handicapped person. In many places the buildings were not built to modern "code" so there are steep, uneven stairs, or narrow hallways. ( Especially in the Train cars.. gosh that was tight, and cosy.) You can arrange for a guided tour, but we chose to wander through ourselves with the brochure.. it was still great fun. A real bargain for the price of admission!
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