The museum itself is simply a few cabins with some artifacts inside. A good tour guide could make the place come alive, however. We did not have such a guide. Our guide was obviously new and not as well-versed in the history of the cabins as he might have been. It really needs enthusiasm as well as knowledge.
There is no entry fee; a suggested donation of (I think) $3/person is requested/expected (it was part of our package which included the gardens, the museum, and the Horn in the West show). At that cost, it's worth it.
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