suspend reality for a bit and get ready for some nostalgia and a slice of Americana. Hard to believe that this attraction was the brainchild of a man, who as a young boy saw houses off in the distance and thought they were toy houses.... He worked his entire life building the structures ... and nothing has changed since he passed away in the 60's. Stopping feels like you're back in the 60's both in the exhibit and the gift shop. Incredible care went into the effort - and it shows. For the light show - they use the same technology as in the 60's - the light show was fun and we loved it. Still run by the founder's family and worth the stop.
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