We visited the Woodsman Museum in July with our three young children. I had driven by many times and thought I would check to see what was in there.
The price was low so it's hard to complain for an hour or so of distraction and education. It is more than what you would expect for a little country museum, I would say. It is divided into many different little buildings, so the walk around was quite pleasant. Our family enjoyed feeding the trout that filled the pond and pretending to have breakfast at the lumberjack camp. We were disappointed that the little train wasn't running as they were doing some work on the track. The bathrooms were very clean.
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