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If you go plan to spend the whole day. There is so many exciting things to see here. Each building is full of antiques! Some I have never seen or heard of before. Food is very pricey there so I would take a picnic lunch.
A huge museum with a lighthouse a paddle boat, a covered bridge, a toy building, a jail house, a train station and trains, and so much more. I really enjoyed the hall with all the circus history. I have been to a few "old time" museums/historical sites, but this one seemed to…
The entry ticket is valid for two days, so to avoid sightseeing overload try to split up the visit. Try a morning visit on day one, an afternoon visit day 2. (Simply keep your receipt for the second day) As with any museum, no matter how interesting, tiredness and visual…
This place was compared once to a Smithsonian of Vermont. 39 exhibition buildings! We spent here just a day, certainly not enough. So much to see and most of it all super interesting. Folk art and quilts, American paintings, horse-drawn vehicles, old barns, even steamboat…
We were on a tour, so our time was limited to only twoor three hours. There was too much to see, so you had to make choices. It was great to have golf carts/trams to get you around, but could have come more frequently.