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A museum of telephones is within the Heritage Center. Yes, you can pick up a phone and dial it or crank up an old wall phone. It is very much encouraged for folks to play with these phones. Young folks who have grown up with...More
We stopped by to ride the carousel while waiting for the pool to open. We ended up touring the museum and the little town behind it also. It ended up being a real treat! The kids loved walking through the old fashioned buildings and learning...More
It’s bigger than it looks. We got there fairly late in the day only to find out that it closed at 4 pm so watch out because one could easily spend 2-3 hours there for full benefit. The re-creation of a village and a carousel...More
Enjoyed our visit. It’s a smaller museum and a little confusing since there is actually more than one museum within a museum. Also has a very nice merry go round that is an antique I guess you can say. It’s behind the Eisenhower Library and...More
We loved seeing the Heritage Center. The telephone history display was great and we enjoyed seeing all of the buildings outside. The best part for me was the 1901 carousel. It is very unique and can be ridden for a very little fee.
This is more than a museum! Our kids attended Pioneer Camp and learned all about life as a pioneer child on the prairie. They had a blast! The historical society hosts all sorts of education and entertaining events through the summer months and hosts a...More
What a great example of how to preserve local history. This excellent County Historical Center is tucked away neatly behind the much larger Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum. You really need to visit this hidden Gem to see how they have capsuled a great mix...More