There's a lot of stuff packed into the sometimes narrow confines of this museum. Dollhouses, a tea shop, and reconstructed rooms from the late 19th century (including a private chapel.) Like several other Colorado Springs attractions, there's a dim, dusty atmosphere throughout that doesn't exactly make the heart sing and dance. I'm not an adrenaline junky, but I'd like the places I visit to say "Hurray! You're on vacation!" and not "Death and decay are your inevitable destiny."
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