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If you enjoy art and traditional style trades you have to go here. There are tools in this shop that are being used that have been here for years. The guys are super friendly , love to tell you what they are doing and the...More
Thank you Wade, Devon and Sam for the tour of your historic shop. The imagination and subsequent quality of you work is outstanding. Your welcome, your respect for the trade ... a joy to stand on a cold wet day inside in the warmth of...More
We purchased the pass that gave entrance to all the historical buildings. Very good staff in all locations shared lots of information.
Worth the money and the time to learn so much about this historic place.
This blacksmith building is included in the combo ticket offered by the Trinity Historical Society which includes 4 historical/reconstructed buildings for $20. This ticket must be purchased at the Visitor's Center, located on the hilly road above the town's parking lot by the wharf. The...More
An extremely interesting part of the Trinity Historical Section. You can watch skillful artisans practice their trade and describe the blacksmiths artwhile they hammer hot metal into functional as well as intricate pieces of art.