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The Frontier Culture Museum is an outdoor living history museum that tells the story of the thousands of people who migrated to colonial America and of the life they created here for themselves and their descendants. The Museum shows how a new and...more
If you've driven past the signs for this attraction with a ho-hum nod - as I have for several years - you have missed a real treasure. This outdoor historical museum is a grand opportunity for anyone interested in the cultural history of the Shenandoah...More
Visited with a child care group of 4th graders. One of the staff during a demonstration called one of our boys an IDIOT because he stood on a small log ( He is a 10 year old boy!!!)The children told her that calling him an...More
This is an enjoyable outdoor museum which focuses on frontier life in this part of Virginia. The park itself makes for a pleasant walk, though there's a buggy cart and stops for those who prefer to be transported. The house exhibits are staffed by friendly...More
This is a great, outdoor living history museum that tells some of the stories of the Native American. African and European peoples who helped create some of the culture of early America.
From its own web pages: “...the museum has moved or reproduced examples of...More
Our first visit was ~ 20 years ago & it was great then. It has now been improved with a west African homestead and a Native American settlement. You could easily spend the whole day. Golf carts now make rounds about every 15 minutes to...More
Went on a whirlwind 18 states in 10 days cross country road trip. We hit up at least one touristy stop per state and this was one of my favorites out of the whole trip. All of the information was very interesting and authentic. It...More
Why had we not made this trip (under two hours) with the grandkids? Distance, cost, stress was much less than visits to Williamsburg and Jamestown. Lot less cost than Monticello! Less stress travel wise than D.C.. Somehow we had just not had it on the...More