If you're in the area and like history, this is an excellent stop. You'll get insights not only into the founding of this particular church, but also what life was like in the area back in 1830. The log cabin and it's contents are interesting, the guides are friendly volunteers, and you can spend as long or as short as you like in the modern, high-tech visitor center adjacent to the cabin. There are no fees or gift shop, and they don't pressure you in any way for anything. On the way out of town we found a great sandwich deli at an authentic Mennonite general store called "Sauders" in nearby Seneca Falls. Best sandwiches we've ever had.