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Inexpensive Outing
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Mark    Posted 10-21-2002 at 12:19:31       [Reply]  [Send Email]
My wife and I found this and visited it this weekend.

http://www.heritagefarmstead.org/

It is located in Plano, Texas just north of Dallas. $3.50/adult...cheaper for kids. It is a guided tour of a 1891 farmstead. Pretty informative, and they have attempted to preserve the authenticity....

It made for a nice Sunday outing...

Enjoy,
Mark


MikeC    Posted 10-21-2002 at 14:49:31       [Reply]  [Send Email]
If you like that then you need to see Living History Farms in Des Moines, IA. Lots of authetic farm and small town stuff.


big fred    Posted 10-21-2002 at 20:45:13       [Reply]  [No Email]
And in the tourist mecca that is North Dakota, try the Dakota Hawk Museum, just outside Mylo, ND. Dale Hawk established a heck of a museum at his farm, it now houses the entire town of Nanson, ND, an early church moved in from Balta, an old law library, a one-room schoolhouse, Dale's house, and several large buildings full of some extremely rare pieces of farm equipment, along with some not so rare. In June of each year they have a big "doings". Admission is $3 I believe. While you're in the area be sure to visit the Geographical center of the North American continent in Rugby, about 30 miles WSW, and take a drive up to the International Peace Gardens between Dunseith, ND and Boissevain, Man.

Oh, by the way, that's my old stompin' grounds...


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