The living history that is done (at least during the summer months) is great. We watched a retired teacher instruct the crowd about how black powder rifles were fired. He was very entertaining and kept the attention of children and adults. Although the entire fort is a recreation, it is very accurate. There is also a visitors center with displays and several films which are very interesting. One provides the Native Americans' perspective on what happened during the winter that the Lewis and Clark expedition spent on the Oregon coast. Highly recommended as a good history lesson for the entire family
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