Together "Twin Cities" Minneapolis and state capital, St. Paul, paint a very urban picture that lacks not for cultural color nor pleasant parks with proximity to river, wilderness and Amish country for extra polish.
Evansville Historical Foundation's Pioneer Village includes the former Johanson House, an exhibit hall; a one-room country school; a log cabin home; a dugout home; a root cellar; church and church house, and a Town Hall. In addition, the EHF is housed in the former Alf Thompson home. Mr. Thompson, one of many Douglas Cty pioneers and founder of EHF, wanted to recreate a pioneer village--a visual experience of the 19th century--to preserve a part of the past for present and future generations.
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Other Date Information Additional Date Information: Apr 1-Oct 31 M-FR 10:30am-3pm, Nov 1-Mar 31 and weekends by appointment only. Attraction Attributes Accessible to Disabled Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more
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