This was our second visit to this site and we learned a lot of things we either missed or forgot from our first trip. The village is not a large Williamsburg type of attraction but is well worth a few hours of anyone’s vacation stay on Sanibel. The buildings and exhibits are well organized and give one an appreciation of how the island developed from a remote agricultural area to where it is today without becoming just another strip of high-rise hotels. We especially enjoyed examining the “Sears” house. The staff all seemed to be genuinely eager to tell their story and answer questions. And the village is still a work in progress so there will be more to see in future years
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