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Spent a very pleasant time here. Lots of local history and exhibits, and lots of wandering in nooks and crannies. Only downside is that I couldn't figure out how I was going to sneak out with that genuine birchbark canoe. Need bigger pants...
Tucked away at the end of the street is a historic house jam packed with so many interesting pieces and artifacts it's almost overwhelming.
I can't say enough about this little gem. We highly recommend it to any history buff.
Enjoyed afternoon tea on the gallery and really enjoyed the piano playing which we found out later, when we actually started our tour of the numerous rooms and exhibits, was done by an elderly lady. The music seemed to follow us throughout the building. the...More
There is a $5 per adult entry fee, but it was seemingly going to a cause. Lots of different items to see, and a nice new addition on the back of the building. It was highlighting the local soilders from world war 1. Interesting.
A very interesting look at life in the 'frontier' thru the eyes of a family home. Some of the items inside from the owners medical/dental practice are eerie. The museum is laid out beautifully and kept very clean. Be sure to have a guide explain...More