I think that most visitors end up here because of the Studebaker museum. It's well worth the extra couple of bucks to get in. They have rotating exhibits and the one we saw was on turn of the century medical devices. Scary stuff but very interesting. Included is a tour of the Oliver House. Mr. Oliver made his fortune in farm equipment and built a huge mansion. It was lived in until 1987 when it was turned over lock stock and barrel to the museum. You can now tour it and see what an amazing home this was. We didn't see everything but what we did was well laid out and informative.
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