This is a neat little self guided tour. Lots of historical items to view. Some of the area is not easily accessible if you have difficulty walking. Still lots of areas that are.
I have mixed feelings about Heritage Canyon. On the one hand, the transplanted 1800's village buildings are full of interesting objects from a time gone by. There are several to see, and they give visitors a peek into how people used to live and function before much of our modern technology changed many aspects of our way of life. On... 更多
I went here after a rain storm, I was the only one there and had the place to myself the whole time. It was so lovely, so quaint. It was not closed off but I had access to the entire park with exception to inside the buildings. But I could see inside everywhere. I think the buildings are open in... 更多
This is a visit back in time with lots of "How They Lived" type things. Very interesting. Learning how they lived, the tools they used and seeing these things would be good for kids.
This was an old quarry where different buildings have been brought in to make a little historic "village" to walk through. There are homes, stores, dentist and doctor office, school, chapel, etc. There is even a covered bridge and a log cabin. Lots of things to walk around and look at and learn a little history from mostly 1860's timeframe.... 更多
If you in the area, don't miss this place. Lots of interesting historical building and hiking trails. They have done a great job with it. The buildings are open to visitors only during special events, but it is still fun to look thru the windows. No cost to enter, but donations are suggested.
Nice place to visit but I would recommend going when they "come alive" in pioneer days. They dress up and have demonstrations. Otherwise you are just walking around closed buildings.
This heritage park is very authentic. The walking trails and buildings are amazing. Just visiting this this site and reading the signs takes you back in time so you can imagine how your ancestors lived. All the personnel were very friendly and explained everything very well.
Pictures in Fulton Illinois book didn't look like what the building looked when we saw them. Place was very run down. Needs painting and couldn't get inside the buildings. The best thing was going across round to the swing to look at the river.
My adult Autistic son and I found this place by accident! What a treasure! He is obsessed with John Wayne so he loved this place. It's an 1800 town built in an old quarry. We had so much fun here. There's w swinging bridge, log cabin home, church,and a whole village here. I would love to come back for their... 更多