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Sharon C wrote a review Oct 3
Abilene, Texas44 contributions14 helpful votes
We really enjoyed the 2 buildings of windmills plus the model trains and miniature houses. Who knew there were so many windmill manufacturers back in the early 20th century.
Date of experience: September 2020
Jane Moppers wrote a review Sep 2020
Indianapolis, Indiana20 contributions34 helpful votes
My kids were so bored we got nothing to do here and we have had no fun whatsoever! Do not recommend it!
Date of experience: July 2020
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Diane wrote a review Mar 2020
Five of us (parents and 3 early 20s "kids") spent about 90 minutes looking at the windmills, mill stones, dollhouses, and trains for $20. There was a video about the new windmills, how they are assembled, etc., which was interesting since we're seeing them pop up more and more to produce electricity. Another video explained how the mill stones are carved and used. The train wasn't running since it had an "accident" but we enjoyed looking at the town built up around the tracks. If you're looking for something to do which doesn't cost a whole lot, it's definitely worth seeing. We all enjoyed it.…
Date of experience: March 2020
Tony wrote a review Feb 2020
Muleshoe, Texas6 contributions
did not believe so many windmills existed. Went thru the museum 2 times and seen different windmills each time.
Date of experience: October 2019
ARCH41 wrote a review Dec 2019
Prairie Village, Kansas258 contributions55 helpful votes
We had no idea there were so many types and sizes of windmills. There are fascinating videos of how a wind turbine is built, and how mills grind grains in addition to over 600 windmills in the museum. There is also an elaborate electric train layout. We recommend this to everyone.…
Date of experience: November 2019