We visited the museum on a rainy day while walking through the Camp of Gingerbread house cottages. Luckily, the woman who was working told us a lot about the camp and how it was first founded. Other than listening to her talk about the history, there isn't too much to see. It's nice if you are curious to explore the... 更多
As a teacher I definitely wanted to stop in the cottage museum but my friend was a bit skeptical but after our tour she was glad we did. The museum gives you a chance to see the inside of one of the adorable gingerbread houses which allows you to get an idea of the size and how the cottages they... 更多
This is a small museum with lots of small artifacts, clothes, tools, letters and photo's. There is a docent on hand to provide both oral and printed information to the guests. This is a great way to support the local area and learn about the historic cottages and how they came to be.
Very friendly tour host, and interesting gift shop. Tour host was a life long resident, had an enormous amount of info about the camp and a genuine love for it, while also remaining refreshingly honest about what it's like to have lived (and currently live!) there.
The Cottage Museum was an interesting little museum, a lot of items that explaining the history of the campgrounds. Especially interesting were the two presidential chairs, one used by President Grant and one used by President Clinton. Another point of interest was the book of photographs that was in the back room. There were so many pictures from the 19th... 更多
Learn about the MV Campground and how it was founded - there are artifacts here to see and it is set up like they lived over a hundred years ago. Worth the price of admission.