This museum complex is a great place to stop on your way through western Kansas. The barn is pretty impressive, and the other buildings really make you feel like you've stepped into a previous century. One building really feels like you've walked into someone's current living room -- it even smells like someone's grandmother might still live there.
They went to great pains to detail the history of the area in binders near each exhibit, so you can decide to learn in as great a depth as you like about any of the objects you see.
They also provide a number of activities for kids that are clearly labeled. There are lots of things to touch, in general.
We only stayed for about an hour, but could have probably stayed longer. Might want to come when it's a bit warmer outside, since the several buildings are connected by outdoor paths.
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