Visited during the Easter Egg Hunt and the kids absolutely loved it (they "hide" eggs throughout the outdoor displays) and they can turn in their eggs for candy/prizes and photo with the costumed Easter Bunny. There were knowledgeable interpreters in several of the historical homes doing arts/crafts. There are many buildings to visit on the grounds and a walking trail. Inside, there are several rooms with exhibits. For Easter, they had some crafts for kids to participate in and a Story Telling time. Be sure to get there ON TIME because when they reach the end time, they put everything away immediately. Parking is in a garage. There's a nice little soup café in the gift shop (might be too frou-frou for kids). They participate in the ASTC reciprocal program.
13 year old - Kinda bored (too old for the easter egg hunt/crafts); played Pokémon Go
8 year old - Loved the egg hunt and crafts
3 year old - Loved the egg hunt and running around the building
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