The museum is so much more than a collection of old buildings they are crammed full of local history and the bits and pieces of a long forgotten way of life. With so many facets and trades to that way of life form light industry to farming and agriculture. The special event days are a little more expensive than the standard entrance fee but it is well worth the extra investment. There is no pre-determined route to the park and there are a number of interesting areas to view.
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