The kids and I spent all day here. This was the most amazing and diverse museum we have ever visited. They had all kinds of exhibits inside from native americans to real animals. Just a glass divided us from a real Bobcat who was right up at it. We followed a trail outside to the live river otters and birds of prey. As we followed up the trail further we were surprised to come up to a little village that was a replication of 1904! The whole staff was dressed up as if it were that time and the kids got to do so many things to learn how hard it was to live back then. My daughter got to grind corn and learn how hard it was just to make bread with dinner, dig for real potatoes with a shovel, shave a log that would eventually be just one leg on a table. They had a house with a woodstove, real wooden outhouses, lumber mill and more! The best part of the museum for me was the exhibit they had for that week called Butterflies & Hummingbirds. We were allowed inside a netted area with free flying Butterflies & Humming birds. One landed on me and stayed on me for about 15 minutes. It was surreal!!! I definitely urge anyone to go to this museum!
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