There are a number of tour options. We took the 90 min shop life tour. We learned interesting things, but the tour could probably be done better in an hour. At 90 min, it seemed like the guide had to keep to a pretty slow pace to fill the time. And some of the efforts to make participants interact felt a bit too contrived. Still, it was very cool to learn about the challenges of life in tiny quarters with no running water in the 19th into the 20th century.
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