This is an outdoor experience - as it turns out it was a rainy day but we took a golf cart to go from building to building and they even gave us umbrellas to use. The person at the desk told us that it might be wet - but we soldiered on.
Well worth it. There are buildings from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries from Africa as well as England, Germany, Northern Ireland and America. At each stop a person in costume explains the significance of that dwelling or building. We were given a good map to use so that we could make our choices as our time was a factor.
Plan to spend at least an entire morning or afternoon in order to see all there is to see and hear all there is to hear. One of the highlights was the blacksmith who makes all of the iron hinges, etc. that are used in the museum.
This works well with all generations - many people had young children who enjoyed seeing the animals.
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