I often think that the best places to visit when you are vacationing and researching interesting destinations to learn are the ones suggested by those who live in that area or state. So if I had to recommend places to see and visit to friends or acquaintances who were not born in Wisconsin and who are visiting for the first time, I would certainly recommend spending an entire afternoon at this exceptional, educational village.
Don't you often wish you could step back in time to really get a feel as to how life really was in the mid- to late-1800's? As a visitor to this impressive walk-through museum, one truly comes away with a great appreciation for how people lived during those times. It also can give you a greater appreciation and gratitude for some of the conveniences of the present. So come along with me for a leisurely stroll as I step back to a more simple and serene time at Pinecrest Village.
The tour begins at the McAllister Welcome Center.
Stay tuned for Part 2 of A Visit To The Historical Pinecrest Village when we visit the quaint village church, a fire station, a general store and so much more. So take off your bonnet, untie your bustle and light your oil lantern and get ready to read more about this charming and captivating museum.