never been to the cranberry bogs before we visited the museum and then the bogs. We all enjoyed learning about how they grow and process them. We walked around several bogs and we're amazed at the different colors of the cranberries. They were much darker and more the color of purple grapes. Gift shop was small but we managed to... 更多
This is one of the few musuems in the United States to learn more about cranberries. This location features a small indoor museum and a gift shop that has great cranberry ice cream. The greatest part of this museum is the ability to go out by yourself and see cranberries growing. A great way to learn about this native American... 更多
If you are looking to bore yourself silly for 20 minutes this is the place to come. We were the only family there and yet the lady on duty treated us like we were a nuisance rather than guests. She had the time to take interest and show us around but chose not to. Very disappointed. I would have enjoyed... 更多
Socked-in mornings are meant for visiting this very unique and well-organized museum describing the history, science and technology of raising cranberries. Friendly staff, great exhibits, and you even get to walk around actual cranberry bogs.
I learned a lot about cranberries! The museum is very small, but informative and nicely done. Lovely gift shop, although I thought some of the merchandise could've been more location specific, with the name and location. I never knew there was such a place...fun!
Who would have thought that a museum dedicated to cranberries could be so interesting. For a side dish that is usually only eaten once a year, this is a side trip worth taking and its free.
This museum gives you a good overview of what to it takes to grow, harvest and process cranberries. The displays were carefully laid out, and you did leave better educated and informed. The walking tour is an added plus. If you love growing stuff, this would be a place to check out.