Auckland's colonial past (1840-1880) comes to life in this museum of living history, where characters in historical costume ... More
Howick Historical Village
Auckland's colonial past (1840-1880) comes to life in this museum of living history, where characters in historical costume recreate life in a 19th century settlement. Authentic buildings number over 30 and include a store, church, forge, settlers' houses, sod and raupo cottages. Live Day, the third Sunday of each month except for December, includes a regimental march and military manouvers, plus a working blacksmith.
This place was great! i took a group of children there as part of the holiday program they enjoyed it so much. there was an educational program where we did 4 activities liek making butter, story telling, singing dancing, and a scavenger hunt type thing, it was great! the children loved it alot. would defo go again.
This Nineteenth Century, open air living history museum features twenty five restored historic buildings on a wooded twenty two acre
site, and provides costumed interpreters, exhibits, collections, programs, and craft demonstrations representing everyday life as it occurred in a ...
Located in a mountainous region that was cut off from the rest of the world for a long period of
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Located on 10 acre site in Seminole Valley in northeast Cedar Rapids, Ushers Ferry Historic Village is a showcase of
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