This has been on my bucket list. Each of the villages seemed authentic enough and the actors stayed in character. I learned something in both places, which was as it should be. Actors in the Native American village will tell you that if they were being as authentic as possible, like the English village, then visitors would not understand them, because they would be speaking in their native language.I was not disappointed by the 2 villages but I was disappointed that the barn which should have had more heritage species in it had a llama instead.i have read how they were trying to save heritage species and did not see much evidence of it. There were various animals in the English village. Other than the llama and some goats at the barn there was no information, much less any staff to educate visitors. We ate a lunch of traditional items which was very good in the cafeteria area.