Well, we went and it was fine. What made it wonderful were the interpreters. Buildings without the interpreters were just OK. It would have been nice to have audio one could listen to in the buildings/areas where there was no staff present. We happened to be here when the quilts were on display and they were stunning. It was also fabulous that children are free during the week (M-F) throughout July and August. It would have been nice to have some pre-education about the village instead of just being left to wander the buildings in random order. Maybe a little video?? explaining the village and how it came to be before being let loose on the grounds. We also appreciated being forewarned on the website of the 700+ day campers being present on a particular day. This was so helpful in planing our trip there!
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