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We were in Shreveport for a concert. While we were in town we visited the Bonnie and Clyde Museum, (see it's own review). On the way back to our hotel, we got a bit lost and stumbled upon this small museum.
What an nice surprise!...More
We enjoyed our tour of the Germantown Colony! A sweet older woman was our guide on the property and she made it fun for our five year old by letting her pull water from a well and ringing a bell. Love that you can actually...More
The wife and I were touring our home state and found this place to visit on Trip Advisor. It is a nice little bit of history of German immigrants who came here to start a religious commune . Some of the original buildings are still...More
Amazing that some of the building are original, and on their original site.
Museum area has some great personal items from settlers, and the buildings and equipment are definitely worth the time.
A most personable and knowledgeable lady led us on a tour. She certainly...More
We very much enjoyed our visit to the Germantown Colony Museum. The original buildings are remarkably well preserved and we had a wonderful personal tour. We were glad we took the time to go up to the museum. The museum has very limited hours due...More
This is a wonderful, small museum dedicated to the German Harmonists Society of the 18th century and explains the reason that many European immigrants came to America. Tools, religious artifacts, dresses, photographs, and buildings help express the powerful message of a people dedicated to cause...More
The Germantown colony is like nothing else in the area. Want to see real History this is the place to go! Well planned and only in the last year made into a state park with a new visitors center and museum has made it a...More