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Who knew so much could be seen in one place? The u.s. so much historical suf to see and learn about. This is a great stop when you are in marysville. They also have a rider and breakfast once a year I think.
Only original home station barn still in its original location. Takes 45 mins-1 hour to go through the museum. Tour starts with a 15 minute overview video. If you don’t want to watch it, just tell the guide. Guide takes you through the old barn...More
Original station building (at least the barn). I like that it is an original. They don't take credit cards so be prepared. It was a guided tour which I did not particularly like. The guide was nice and knowledgeable but this wasn't our first pony...More
It's a bit overpriced. Luckily, I had read the reviews so I knew about the cash thing. The museum provides a nice overview of a very short period of history and they have a number of nicely restored and original pieces of mail and farm...More
It is not worth the 10$ admission price however, that is a guided tour and the lady is very knowledgeable still most of it is not the original. They only take cash or checks no credit card so be prepared. Glad we stopped but would...More
My wife and I are taking some grandchildren along the Pony Express route. We started in St. Joe at the Patee House and the Pony Express stables (both very nice places to visit).
When we got to the Pony Express barn in Marysville, we were...More
This historic home station (#1) where the riders of the pony express changed riders provides an authentic location to learn about the pony express. There is a barn and museum. They also contain period and area items that do not relate only to the pony...More
Four of us visited the museum after a bike ride. The friendly and very knowledgeable manager gave us a tour after we watched the short film. In addition to the Pony Express history (my favorite), the museum also has lots of local history and lots...More
This was a great place to stop and learn about the pony express. The museum may be small but it houses a very good display of life on the western frontier and the starting point for the pony express. You will learn of how the...More