Think of your friends who can't throw anything away. Now, imagine what their back yard would look like if they collected old cars, a 1950s gas station, old fighter jets, vacuum cleaners, old children's games, a barn, farm equipment, a diner, and an old schoolhouse. That's the Miracle of America Museum in a nutshell.
I'm not going to pretend that everything there has been restored to its shining glory (much of it hasn't been) or even organized (much of it is lying around helter-skelter), but if you want to take a peek into the odds and ends and trinkets of the way people used to live, this is a great place to visit.
We went there in mid-August and were the only 3 visitors for the few hours we spent inside. It was just a nice place to roam and discover and occasionally see a gem that reminded me of a time long past. Well worth a visit if you're looking for a more indoors-type activity in the vast outdoors of Northwestern Montana.
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