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All reviews school room school life small attraction back in the day gift shop george street living quarters quick visit piece of history historical building early days self guided tour neat place great for kids teacher diploma classroom
If you are in the educational field this may be a nice tour. It is interesting to see this building but the tour was rather flat. Not sure what the outside gardens were representing. It is an inexpensive tour and for that it was ok...More
This is a small wooden schoolhouse, so that is what you should expect. My favorite part was the class list of the last class of 9 students to graduate written on the chalkboard. I also enjoyed seeing the photo of their visit as oldsters. The...More
Very small schoolhouse with a clever animatronics display letting you know 'how it was' back in the day. A small landscaped garden also includes the outdoor kitchen. Definitely take your children and grandchildren here so they can realize the utter lap of luxury that schools...More
The school house looks great from the outside- love the anchor that appears to hold it down. So impressed that the building has be preserved and turned into a fun museum. I’m sure kids get great enjoyment out of the exhibits inside. They bring history...More
This tour requires only a few minutes but is so interesting. Our grandchildren loved the automation of the school "professor and children". Very informative and fun! My granddaughter loved ringing the school bell.She watched the automated display three times. So glad we did not miss...More
Great educational visit for lern’n in the olden days! Beautiful building and original flooring in this historic site. Great way to see settlers educational benefits. Great electronic tour of teacher and children in period dress.
First of all... a great WOW to the people who managed to maintain this Historic Structure. Hats off to them
Though its converted in to a museum, with enacted Audio Visual aids, the mere thought that this being the first school in all of USA......More
Response from bobbart913 | Reviewed this property |
I don't know anything about paranormal investigations. If I posted something of that nature, it was merely intended to be restatement of something presented to me as a fact about a place. I prefer to live amongst the living.