Interesting museum with history of life in the 1930's depression era. The tour begins with a 11-minute film of the hard times suffered by people during the 1930's. You can view pictures and artifacts of the people and tools used during this period in American history. You will certainly understand life of the people struggling to make a living during the 1930's. Then, you can climb the 97 step tower and experience the beautiful 360 degree view of the surrounding countryside through the windows. The museum is small and along with the tower will take less than an hour. The cost is reasonable at just $4.00.
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