Recently, while visiting family in Kansas, I not only had the opportunity to see the World's Largest Ball of Twine (see my review of that), as well as the Geographic Center of the Contiguous 48 States, I also had the opportunity to drive into Minden, Nebraska, and visit the wonderland known as Harold Warp's Pioneer Village.
What a treat it was. Realisitc interpretations of pioneer life including homes and shops and schools.
It is apparent that Harold was a collector of many things. Back then, we called it "being eccentric". Today, we have a more patent name for such activities such as "Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder". There are about 5 warehouses filled with tractors from pioneer days through the 1980's. There are also many houses devoted to the collection of various buttons (as in, what you button your shirt with) as well as thimbles and needles.
Well, whatever affliction plagued dear Harold, the end result is a delightful place where you can spend the day realizing what a person does when they, in fact, have nothing else to do with their time.
Highly reccomended. Nice souvenirs in the gift shop.
Eat a buffalo burger at the restaurant.