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I enjoyed this small museum that shoes how cranberries are grown, harvested and processed, and also the history of the development of cranberry harvesting equipment, including equipment on display. The self-guided tour was also interesting, although this tour could be improved upon with more signs and with the signs numbered. Then those numbers should appear in the brochure with information... 更多
This modest and free museum offers a lot of information about cranberries, especially growing them over the past 150 years. I came away knowing a lot more than when I arrived. Worth a visit.
We had a tour and the guide was amazing. She told us so many things we did not know about cranberries. The tour was great. Their gift shop is very nice with loads of wonderful things to buy. Try out the salt water toffee.
We stopped in on our first trip to Long Beach to learn about cranberries. The museum had an excellent display and had lots of very informative, interesting information. There is a self guided walking trail that goes through the cranberry fields, just watch out for when the sprinklers come on automatically we got a little wet. They also have a... 更多
Cute little museum, lots of history all about cranberries. Nice gift shop, but items really pricey. The lady there was one of the families that grow for the Ocean Spry Cranberry co-op. She was nice and friendly and answered a lot of questions.. about cranberry farming. Very Knowledgeable.
OK - maybe that title is a bit over-stated :) but it is cool to learn about the item that typically only comes out for Thanksgiving! You will be educated!
The gal behind the desk was really nice and the lemonade was very tasty. However, there wasn't much to do in the museum... they did offer to set up a special tour of the farm for us though :)
Since I am always interested in how my food is grown, I thought this would be fun to check out. Turns out I knew nothing about how cranberries are grown and it was very informative. There is also a nice gift shop with all things cranberry. We took a walk among the bogs too, which also proved enlightening.