We visited the Village and we lucky enough to be the only ones there for the tour. Our guide was a well-informed older woman (sorry I can't remember her name) who spent as much or as little time as we wanted to view things. All buildings have been moved to this site and are well-preserved. There are 2 log cabins, a railway station, general store, school, church, large home of a wealthy attorney, fire station, and other buildings and equipment. I would certainly recommend this attraction for young and old alike. Steele County has a brand new museum next to the Village. We were not able to see the exhibit before it closed as we spent all our time in the Village.
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