Laid out beautifully like a real town, lots of variety and detail, only $7 admission.
They give you an audio device in which you press the number of the building and it gives you a brief character narrative of its history. I found the narratives enjoyable.
We were the only customers on a Tuesday afternoon, had the whole town to ourselves! That was nice!
Pine crest needs to put thselves out there more with better advertising, more helpful website and directions.
They have a time capsule from 1986 to be opened in 2036. I'm interested to see what is in there, I will go to its opening, at which time I will be 56 yrs old.
I dare say I enjoyed Pine crest more than Green Bay's Heritage hill
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