Pioneer Museum

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An in-depth look at the history of German settlers in this area is contained in this museum complex. 19th century artifacts and furniture are displayed in 10 buildings on this 3.5-acre historical site. You can stroll through the complex at your own pace. Some of the rooms have a motion sensor which will activate an audio recording of the history behind the exhibits. Kids will have a great time participating in activities of the 1840s pioneers, including making rope and corn husk dolls. For a small entrance fee this is a great family outing. (Submitted by CJ Boales)

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Here you can see a video depicting the history of the German immigration
Inside the little white schoolhouse
Walton-Smith log cabin
Fassel-Roeder house
Heinrich Kammlah homestead
Weary travelers could have a bath, shave and haircut.
The barn
Weber Sunday house