They have done a lot of loving and thoughtful work putting together this attraction. It is a work in progress as they are planning on building a church for the pioneer village this year. I also enjoyed being able to look up on their in-house computer the resting place of your Grey County ancestors.
I am hoping to return there this summer with some of my grandchildren. Some attractions in keeping with their authenticity were not wheelchair accessible. Ladies washroom had handicapped stall but I don't think the entry to the washroom itself was wheelchair friendly.
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