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As avid fans of Laura Ingalls Wilder, our group, including family and friends, stopped in to see the museum that wasn’t too far off the route of our road trip. Other reviewers said this was a quick stop and most enjoyed it so we decided...More
We were in Pawhuska, OK headed East to Quapaw, OK for the Quapaw Tribal Pow Wow and decided to drive across Southern Kansas in "Tornado Alley" along the Kansas-Oklahoma border. The site of Laura Ingalls Wilder's "Little House on the Prairie" is just off Kansas...More
The house that they have built on the grounds is not the original house. It is a replica that was built and is currently being restored. We couldn't look in at the time, but you could imagine how small it was for the Ingalls family....More
We returned to the Little House on the Prairie Museum for their annual Prairie Days event, and it was a beautiful day. The site has been so lovingly restored and maintained—independently from any of the other Little House sites (they’re all independently owned and maintained)....More
Right now the house is in the process of being rebuilt as it was destroyed in a storm a couple years ago. Even so, you can see how small the dwelling was that Laura and her family lived in. The site has a post office...More
Was a little disappointed We Arrived about 15 minutes before it was time to close. There was two ladies inside but they said they were closing so they wouldn’t let us in. We still paid our six dollars and put it in the outside box...More
I understand that when you have sat there all day and not any one has shown up for hours, but we had also driven for hours and this was one of our stops. The lady was still there but leaving she had closed up 25...More
I guess my disappointment is due to the fact that the house was not there any longer. It had been damaged 2 years ago in a storm and had to be torn down according to the lady running the gift shop. The house is in...More
The most memorable thing about the Little House, is how LITTLE it really was! The TV shows of my childhood were misleading. I enjoy the history and the nature in the Little House on the Prairie tour, including the surrounding "village".