I've been to historical recreations before and they were OK so I wasn't thinking that this wasn't going to be anything special but I really liked it. The buildings were very interesting--period thatched roofs on huge wooden buildings comprise the settlement. There is a fort and the grounds are beautiful. The interpreters were friendly and informative.
Before we went I was afraid the 4 year old was going to be bored but he was completely fascinated and had be dragged out at closing time! Allow at least an hour to see everything and you can bring a picnic lunch to further enjoy the day. (It's also close to the center of town and free with a suggested donation.) We'll definitely go back.
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