My wife and I visited this museum on a recent vacation to the area. The South Park City Museum is a real cut above most other types of restored or living history attractions. The city of Fairplay was ravaged by fire in the 1860's and only a hand full of the original buildings survived. South Park City has restored the main street to its original condition and you can barely tell where the old merges with the new.
We particularly enjoyed all the hands on exhibits housed in many of the restored buildings. The kids visiting the park particularly like climbing on the old narrow gauge steam train. What a great way to spend an afternoon.
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