Nice for a free museum in a quaint town. The outdoor native plants area in the back is great--there's a nice large egg papasan type enclosure made of wood that makes a cute photo opportunity. The museum's particularly useful for kids, as it's a bit elementary for adults, but it was still a neat place to see fossils and specimens of native insects, and animal species.
A very friendly volunteer was at the front desk on the Saturday we visited.
It's free admission, so we donated just a dollar for the fun diversion. Plenty of free 90 minute street parking available. There's a pretty gazebo in the park across the street.
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