We visited on a beautiful day in August. Expect it to be windy when you go. The kids were mesmerized by the musket demonstration and how entertaining and informative the guide was. Immediately after that, the fife and drum group marched past and we followed them. It was a big plus that there was no down time between demonstration events -- no time for teenagers to get bored. The talk on the soldiers' rations was also great. The museum deceptively large -- three floors of stuff to see. Also, there was a teacher conference going on in the remodeled wing when we visited. The onsite restaurant was general fast food, but at least it wasn't too expensive. Overall, we were very pleased to visit. The biggest negative was that the entrance admission was pricey, but at least they give you a AAA discount.
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