We were visiting the Denver area and it was suggested that we check this museum out as our daughter would enjoy it. Upon arrival we were greeting by the museum security (a peacock) and the volunteers at the front desk were very friendly and helpful. We decided to start on the 1860s farm as it was really starting to get hot and we wanted to get the heat over with. The volunteer spinning wool in the cabin was very nice. We wanted to stay in the cellar all day! We went back into the museum to cool off before heading to the 1890s farm. We were surprisingly comfortable during the blacksmith demonstration (nice breeze) and not too hot in the farm house. Great construction back in the day must have helped keep people cool. Kids enjoyed the museum and grounds quite a bit. It's nice and FREE!
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