This place is a hidden gem in many ways. Preserving not only buildings but a way of life that existed 150 to 200 years ago. This dedicated group of altruistic volunteers provides a living history lesson as well as a fun, enjoyable experience that is perfect for the whole family. While its smallness and charm are part of its allure, it would be wonderful if more people not only knew about this but joined in and attended and supported its events. This is not a commercial venture but a labor of love by those that support it. I personally wish them great success as they provide such a meaningful and valuable service to the public.
Review from Guidestar