Make the effort - just make the effort........this historical settlement complete with period people who actually know and are passionate about the history make this both an enjoyable and educational esperience. Set in the 1800's, a number of the buildings have been relocated but they are period 1800 and the natural setting is just beautiful. Entry cost is more than reasonable and I envy the people who live in the area who can get an annual pass at a very reasonable cost. Each building has a dedicated 'pioneer' and I would caution you to be wary of Miss Patience Little - the school marm. Without going into too much, all I will say is that that have a 'corner' and a 'dunces hat'. A brilliant day out for all ages - particularly those who wish to learn. For those who have difficult walking, there is a free horse and dray team that regularly traverse the property thus relieving those with aches and pains from excess walking.
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