|Monday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
A great collection of antiques but a more important story of the history of the area. I highly recommend taking your time to enjoy.
Very interesting. Several homes and buildings furnished as they would have been in past with informative speakers playing in each room.
I love this place. Being able to go inside the houses and appreciate how they lived was amazing. You could appreciate the space and have an idea of how live used to be in this town. You can spend an hour or 2 if you go with kids. It's a kod friendly place and rhe staff is very nice! They also have a pecan peach jam in the gift shop that it's sooo good. You have to definitely try it!
Very nice place, the video is very helpful. Although, a great part of the history is listed in the main entrance, you can easily overlook it and miss the whole story. A lot of information would be missing without the video at the beginning.
Very interesting displayed of actual living conditions. Being able to actually walk into frontier homes and see and feel the size gives you an appreciation of what life was like. Best part was that we learned that these settlers had the same family name as ours even though we were from another part of the country.
The museum is very well maintained. The staff is friendly and helpful. The exhibits are informative and cover a wide range of history. Worth the admission price to visit.
Great, great experience. The museum starts with a short "movie" explaining the arrival of settlers of German descent. A walking tour allowed us to navigate at our own leisure all of the historical buildings.
Workers and volunteers were so friendly and informative! Really enjoyed our time there learning about the history of the area. Highly recommend.
We were here over Spring Break so there were a lot of extra things to do for the kids that weren't normally there. Our girls had a great time! They tried some campfire cooking, made knot dolls, saw the blacksmith, looked in all the buildings, and made some rope. Before we knew it we had spent over three hours there. Definitely worth the stop!
Great experience and a very cheap price. Really gives you a background of be area and helps you appreciate to culture of the area. I would recommend for any tourist coming to the area. When we were there they had fresh biscuits made on an open fire, live local music, rope making demonstration, blacksmith demonstration, and cowboys actually camping on the grounds!