1. Jon Albee

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    What makes this experience so good is its earnestness and authenticity. There’s no attempt to exaggerate or embellish the past at this interesting attraction. While Williamsburg preserves a specific place, time and society appropriate to its location, so does this excellent small museum for the Shenandoah Valley. It’s well worth a brief detour off I-81. Better yet, take some time and stay overnight in lovely Staunton.

  2. Timothy Miller

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    Loved it. The family could easily spend the whole day there if we packed lunch. The coolest part for our little boys was to see the blacksmith in action.

  3. Christina Taylor

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    The Frontier Cultural Museum is an excellent way to experience life as it was long ago! There are costumed interpreters in each of the homes to give you an idea of what life was like in the past. The staff were all very friendly and accomodating. There are animals in the barns and fields. This is an excellent family museum.

  4. Jeffrey Screen

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    My family and I have been here for to venues. Both where good times. First was the blues festival 2010. Second was Octoberfest. Can’t wait to go again. My son loves the real life setting the animals are in. A day full of entertainment.

  5. Louis Jezsik

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    Terrific photo opportunities. Heritage buildings from around the US and Europe have been painstakingly moved and reassembled in this rural setting. The grounds are extensive and each building stands on its own. The animators do an excellent job explaining how the buildings were used. It’s an ideal spot for photographers.