I wasn't as thrilled with this attraction as my husband (the farmer at heart), but it was very interesting in terms of 19th century farming methods and living conditions, with a mid 1800 replica town, complete with costumed store owners, farmers, etc. to talk about period customs and practices. The newsprint office was my favorite. You also travel by foot to different plots where farming is actually being performed using the tools from various eras, from pre-1800s to mid 20th century. I think it's a wonderful educaitonal tool for school groups bringing children from the city who have no exposure to farming or where their food comes from, and also exposing them to living history from an earlier time.
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