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My husband was raised on a farm, I'm a townie. However, the village was set up as an historic village - blacksmith, etc. It was quite interesting, and the 'town folks' were knowledgable and entertaining. Kids would probably really enjoy it.
Step back in time at this old village setting. There's plenty of activities to keep you and your family busy. There's a carousel, farm animals, blacksmith, broom maker, doctor's office, print shop, a working farm etc. If you get hungry there's a cafe.
Right behind the wax museum on the main drag, the farmers market has an excellent selection with too much repetition. Indoors, reasonably warm in November, we found SEVERAL vendors we could not resist. Would definitely seek it out again. Also, unlike many attractions, BATHROOMS
We attended this special event and it was AMAZING! We heard a retelling of Poe's The Tell Tale Heart and were entertained and mesmerized. Our tour guide was great! It was worth the trip! I hope it comes back next year!
We visited here on the suggestion of our Bed and Breakfast host. What a wonderful ace to spend several hours.
First, you walk through a barn entrance that has hands-on areas, and open classroom/ demo areas.
Field trip groups and special educational classes also use...More
Wonderful and beautiful. Great activities for kids all while learning history in a exciting and interesting way. Everyone should go here at least once. If you like architecture these buildings are well kept and brilliant to look at.
My family and I visited during their Tractorfest and had an absolute blast. There is a ton of kid friendly attractions including animals and interactive exhibits. The village is a March back in time to the 1800s with people dressed the part and who know...More
This was a really interesting place to visit on a rainy day. The living history part of it was wonderful! THE CAROUSEL WAS THE ABSOLUTE HIGHLIGHT OF THIS TRIP!! There is a beautiful carousel, that adults can ride as well as children (for a small...More
This is a well organized working museum. There were several friendly costumed workers to watch, farm animals, quilters, blacksmith working as they would have in the 1800’s. It is a nice place for a stroll on a sunny Fall weekend. The crowds were gone. All...More