My husband and I really weren't sure what to expect to see at a place devoted to the Greyhound Bus. But what a pleasant surprise it turned out to be! We arrived around 10:40 and saw a sign saying it opened at 11:00. But a lady inside saw us and said to come inside anyway. The admission is reasonable in cost for what is offered. You enter the exhibit by listening to a short introduction. Then as you move through the exhibit, you trigger other recorded explanations. There is a dated video to watch while sitting in actual bus seats inside a simulated "bus". It was a good overview of how the company evolved from its start to about the mid 80's. After that, you can see several versions of the actual buses and go inside them. Even the restrooms have pictures on the walls of ads for the company through the years. If you are into nostalgia, or even if you aren't, I think you will enjoy this little gem of a museum about the iconic bus company that most people probably have some connection to. It's worth the detour to see!
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