Learned a lot, maybe more than we wanted to about the whole evolution and fragmenting of the Anabaptists, but learn we did. was kind of odd how you are directd by a guide from room to room..seems an orchestrated effortto tell you the story they want you to see. You arent on your own until the very end of the circuit, so your time in the beginning is not your own, but instead directed by the length of each segment in this multi-century Anabaptist saga. Significant time is devoted to instruction on the differences between Amish, Mennonite, Hutterites, Most interesting portion was the construction and raising of the museum structure itself, in true cooperative style. Gift shop has a nice selection of locally made items
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