This is a little ""House"" Museum with several rooms furnished as if it were a middle class home from the 1890's. You can walk in the rooms and sit on the furniture and there are many things kids can touch and play with. The tour guides there give you one-on-one attention or you can just wander on your own. Just let them know how long you can stay and what types of things you are interested in and they can tailor a tour to you or your group. You wouldn't think there would be so much of interest in such a small place but there are plenty of 1890's gadgets and artifacts to see and plenty of stories about the Sorensen family (who were just a regular but interesting family from the time which, I think, makes it more relevant for us). They are open on Monday nights between 6-8pm and also Wed, Thurs, Fri and Sat between Noon and 4pm. There have been a few times when they didn't have volunteers to open the house so it wouldn't hurt to call ahead. This place is perfect for taking your kids to for a free family outing or for Scout groups, school children, ect. Kids really seem to love it. There is also one room that is an old fashioned candy and gift shop.
Pros: Quiet, Personal attention, Interesting
Cons: Not open more hours