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GeekHistory wrote a review Sep 2020
Dover, Delaware792 contributions191 helpful votes
A replica of an old time street with the aim of catching your eye but nothing more than a fancy front to a typical tourist trap containing a restaurant and museum. Maybe a hopping place during better times, was pretty dead when we were there.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Benjamin wrote a review Aug 2020
28 contributions50 helpful votes
Frankly visiting Front Street was awesome for the photo ops alone! You really feel like you're in a time capsule of the wild west. We were passing through town in the middle of covid so things weren't open as usual, but that was okay. We took some cute photos and the folks we ran into were nice enough. Oh, but if you want to order takeout breakfast from the cafe there, when they say breakfast ends at 10a they mean 10a on the dot! :)
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Judy S wrote a review Jul 2020
Pulaski, Tennessee456 contributions145 helpful votes
This was a replica of an old time street in the Old West days. There is a small gift shop, museum, saloon, and cafe. There was not a lot to see, but we enjoyed what there was.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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tank1050 wrote a review Jan 2020
Wescosville, Pennsylvania4,462 contributions364 helpful votes
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Nice little recreation of a old west street. Actually all of the "buildings" are just one long façade with the interior open all through. A great deal of the interior is a free museum full of local artifact and period pieces. At far end on the left is a fairly large restaurant, which we did not sample, but there was a pretty good size amount of people in there for a Sunday morning. Neat wooden sidewalk along the front.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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jim4900R wrote a review Nov 2019
United States78 contributions16 helpful votes
On my second trip to IA thru NE the sales barn was not open and I went to Front Street. It was typically Nebraska friendly, good portions and priced right. A shade dark inside so reading the paper if you are alone can be a challange, but it is well worth while. It is on the North side of first street going East out of town in a series of old buildings from days of yore.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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