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This attraction is on someone's farm. The woman I paid ($4 each) said her husband build these and was fascinated by the concept. While the main sod house is in good shape, a few other similar structures are beginning to collapse. It is a grass...More
Very accurate replica - sod house, outhouse & dugout to tour at your own pace. Open sunrise to sunset. $4/person, 6 & under free. Pay via drop box on porch (this is basically in the backyard of a persons house) via honor system. Pay in...More
This is such s treasure. We met with the owner while we were placing the modest $4 fee for adults in a drop box. The details are so accurate and the views are just expansive and amazing. Do not miss this attraction; it’s less than...More
Took our granddaughters on a "Little House" journey. We visited all the home sites listed in Laura Ingalls Wilder's books. This place was on our way to one site. It is simply amazing! The gentleman who built it has passed away. There is an honor...More
When we pulled in, lured by the sign on the highway, I wasn't sure what to expect. There were no staff visible, but we left our $4 each admission fee (under 5) in the locked box on the farmhouse deck. (Bring exact change. ) Then...More
This place will show you how people actually lived back in the pioneer days. There are some real sod structures that shows you the life real pioneers had back in the day. Worth a visit and the owner is a very nice lady to talk...More
It was a bit daunting to walk up to the house to pay admission, but once on the porch you notice a black mailbox into which you can place your money. It's totally on the honor system. $4.00 per person for adults. Once I placed...More
The web site says this is open from sunrise to sunset in Spring, Summer and Fall. We got there about 20 minutes after sunrise in Fall, and they were not open. From what I could see, it seemed like it would be a nice way...More
It was the last stop on our way home and we enjoyed every minute. Kids dressed up and ran through the grass, played in the trapper's cabin and the sod house. A really neat way to visualize how the settlers lived.