My sister and I visited this attraction on 11/2/22 and toured the museum, houses, and grounds independently. We arrived about noon and soon discovered that we would not be able to see everything that we wanted to. We then chose to see part of the museum and the main houses We also spent a little time in the gift shop and live plants for sale area. I purchased a bracelet in the gift shop that was supposed to give me the opportunity to track a sea turtle by going to an independent website to register my turtle's name. This turned out to be a hoax./fraud because the website was just to sell more items and the pop-up to follow the turtle did not exist. I doubt that the gift shop is aware of this but maybe should investigate before selling any more of this company's products. We did not allow enough time to see everything but what we did see was very interesting, the homes were furnished with period pieces, and there were large signs to explain a lot of things. We definitely plan to go back when we can allot more time. There was a small food truck on grounds that offered drinks and a few sandwich options. I had a chicken salad on a croissant that came with chips, and an iced coffee. My sister just had iced coffee. We enjoyed everything and it was a good value for the cost.