We had so much fun here! We were greeted by someone truly knowledgeable and passionate about the history of this town and this club. She shared info in a way to make it suitable for the age of the child with you. There was so much interesting history and the volunteers were better then any staff I've even seen at a tourist attraction. Truly amazing people that made this one of the highlights of our vacation. Check out the gift shop.. there is some really great stuff. We got a cookbook for only $8 originally published in 1920. We've had a great time cooking recipes from it and laughing at the various ways of discribing measures of ingredients.
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