I have wanted to see where Laura lived since I was a girl and I finally got to the area. Sadly, we got there late in the day and only had time to see the farm house and not the stone house. The museum was nice with Pa's fiddle being the star attraction, it was nice to see so many items mentioned in the books really exist. The tour of the house is short but that's because it's a small place. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and was able to answer questions. The house is adorable and tiny, I only wish we could take a peek upstairs.
The gift shop is nice and carried some books you don't normally find. Be warned, it all closes at 5 with the last tours leaving at 4:30. If you want to see both houses you need to get there even earlier. Call before you go for updated details on tour hours.
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