If you're like us, you probably know little about cranberries other than the fact that we eat them at Thanksgiving. This free museum provides an opportunity to learn a bit about how they are grown and why they grow well in this part of the US. The museum is relatively small but informative. It is adjacent to a couple of cranberry bogs you can walk around where you can see fruit ripening in the field. But don't bother to talk to the person who staffs the museum, she will make you feel like you bothered her.
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