Let's start by saying it's rather pricey to walk around CW. Don't get me wrong I love history, and the guides/actors truly convey their passion for American History. However, half of the town is a shopping mall, i.e. Barnes and Noble, Talbots and Williams-Sonoma stores trying to get even more money from you (However, the bakery stuff was quite tasty).
The actual exhibits are limited in number, and not all of them are open all day. The shuttle buses are ok, but we visited during off season.
The ‘acting’ was somewhat cheesy, but I can get with cheese.
The most striking feature to me was the lack of diversity among the crowd. There were probably more minority ‘actors’ than there were minority tourists. Doesn’t mean anything, but it struck me as odd.
Would I go back? Maybe for a stroll on a Saturday afternoon, or with a school field trip. Would I pay for it again? No.
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