We went on a day that the lady said it was a little different than usual because of the 4th of July weekend. I'm really not sure what the difference would have been on a normal day. They did have people selling food and people singing and playing instruments. You could visit each building on your own. However some of them you could only see the entrance since the rest of the rooms were closed. I actually picked up a sheet that tells you about the homes and that was informative especially since we were on our own exploring. I think it's pretty neat to have these homes in one place but some of them are getting run down. I hope they have plans to maintain these buildings.
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