This is a great place for kids. They have lots of hands on things to learn about the grasslands. Including various different animal skins that you can touch and feel including a Buffalo hide!
Information about the animals that inhabit the grass lands, and a history of them. They have a short film that plays every hour I think that goes over the history of all 20 National Grass Lands in our country.
It's also another place to get a stamp for your book, and since it's right in town and right by a bunch of other stamp locations, it's worth it to stop by and get that.
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