My partner and I attempted to go one day and trekked out there on the bus. Unfortunately, they don't have English speaking tours every hour. From what I gathered, it's every other hour, so plan ahead. The next tour wasn't for a couple of hours, so we bailed that day and came back the next. And I'm SO glad we did.
The tour lasts about an hour and we had a lovely male tour guide who was friendly, knowledgeable and a terrific host.
There's not a LOT to do otherwise, but I say it's a great tour and very historic and should be on everyone's agenda. It does take a bit of time to get there, but it's worth it if you're a history buff.
They have a cute gift shop, there are some things to see outside, but the main attraction is the back building where you will learn about RURAL life way back when.