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This was a marvelous exhibit. I real step back in time. Beautifully laid out and authentic. Very hands on so it was great to actually touch or sit in the places others did hundreds of years ago. Wonderful experience.
I was passing through the area going to Abilene and decided to stop to see the historic village. I was little disappointed that it was all I block in town. The Court house was original the rest were brought in. The buildings covered from 1883-1030's....More
Very friendly laid-back feeling ,with the atop the mountains, whirlwind ever turning the generator ,could have stayed longer but this was more of a business trip,so couldn't tray too long.will back Next Time with the grand Kids
This is a great place to learn of the trials of frontier life in Texas in the mid 1800's. There are so many artifacts displayed you will spend most of the day reading about all of them and seeing them at the same time really...More
Wonderful place to go and meander around checking out what life was like in the late 1800's- early 1900's. You have the option to have a guided tour with the handheld gadget which tells you about a specific area when you put in a code....More
Ladies that worked there were very professional and polite.
We received an information stick/wand that gives information about every building at Buffalo Gap Historic Village. Also a plastic map of buildings with information numbered for the walk around the village. Very well done.
I had heard of Buffalo Gap Historic Village for years, but finally got the opportunity to go. Boy was I surprised. It was a much bigger deal than I had expected. There is an old drug store, barber shop, doctor and dentist office, school building,...More
The Buffalo Gap Historic Village is a great little place-- a little time machine with some great artifacts and stories of our past.
The Village is most of a collection of buildings than a village, but it is a fabulous set up. The self-guided tour...More