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    As an amateur student of the 18th century communal living movements, being able to get a much closer looks at the Shakers and their life was a real treat. The tour guide was amazingly enthusiastic, and was willing to discuss in detail many aspects of Shaker culture, as well as being knowledgeable about how the culture evolved over the years. If you’re a student of history, GO GO GO. It’s worth it.

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    The Enfield Shaker Museum is a great destination, part museum and part historic experience. There are a number of buildings to visit, some with artifacts and some where the main attraction is the building itself. The main building, which holds the actual museum, is the Great Stone Dwelling, and that alone is worth the trip. Besides the buildings and the museum, there are hiking trails, public gardens, and a cute little gift shop. Nice, friendly staff, too.