We viewed this attraction during their Pioneer Day this past weekend. Glad we went while other activities were happening. The buildings themself are well preserved, and offer a good assortment of the "Cracker" lifestyle from years past. However, the grounds are very small, and once you see the houses, that's about all there is to see. There are more expansive displays of Florida history in Christmas and Barberville, Florida. But if you are in this area, it may be worth a short stop if this is your interest and you are not traveling near those other locations. Since we've moved to Florida, we've learned a lot about the pioneer heritage here - this attraction offers you but a very small slice of history. A new history center/museum just opened up on 192, right up the street from here - so combine the two into a single visit, and you will get a better idea of Florida pioneer history.
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