Circa 1800s village with a pioneer post office, hardware store, general store, dry goods store. The toy museum includes more than 20,000 toys. Also on-site is a recreated 1950s car repair shop with car tools and memorabilia, plus 20 antique cars from the 1950s.
There is a fully operational, old-fashioned country school from the early 1900s with a current enrollment of 10 children; an authentic old fashioned malt shop from the 1950s with jukebox and an old-fashioned pop machine. Admission: $5; group rates available.