We were looking for something to do for a few hours and decided to go here. We were greeted by a volunteer who not only told us about the museum but also some of the other local attractions. The museum is well laid out in a time line from pre-historic times through WW II. The displays were very nice and there were some interactive exhibits. I think this museum would be enjoyable for children and it is small enough so that you don't get fatigued by hours and hours on your feet. This museum is paid for by the state and you can even get a token to pay for parking by asking at the gift ship so it is free! There is also a small café. We were glad that we went.
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