when we saw the cost per person, I had my doubts if it would really be worth it, but it absolutely was! it was spot-on and there was so much to see. Sometimes these kinds of places have only a few buildings, houses, etc to see, but this place was an entire town, full of completely authentic homes, shops and churches dating back to the 1830's and on... it was complete with a reproduction lighthouse and quite a few tall ships from long, long ago. It rained a bit while we were there, which cleared out the crowds and covered everything in a soft mist - it was any photographer's dream! We stayed about three hours and saw everything.... all the buildings and most of the ships were open to the public, some with guides, others to browse on your own. It was nice to have such access, and well worth the time and money.
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