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Missouri Town 1855, Lee's Summit

(4.2/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • I had visited the attraction with my children years ago and found it very interesting. Visited yesterday 4/9/2017 a Sunday. Only the blacksmith and a watercolor artist were there. No one at the gift s...  more »
  • We go out there several times year! The Park's and Rec people put out a wonderful agenda of things happening out there. We have seen sheep sheering, fall festivities, square dancing, and other activit...  more »
  • This visit could not have been better! Each building was decorated for Christmas and a person in period costume provided background and information on the decor and timeframe. Hot cider, friendship te...  more »
  • A great place for family fun. Take a half day and go explore. There's plenty of things to buy and learn about. They took houses and buildings from all over Missouri to put here, and have living history actors dressed in part to help educate and show how life was back in the 19th century. I watched a kind woman show us how she baked pies and made puddings. It was very educational and fun. Highly recommend.
  • Very disappointed. Tool 2 grandkids ages 4 and 6 on Memorial Day Saturday. Only one docent working, the blacksmith. Very quiet and nothing happening. Sorry but admission was too high for such no presentations. This needs reworking.
  • Really fun outing. Worth the money.
  • Interesting history. Knowledgeable staff and volunteers.
  • What a nice afternoon we spent here. The interpreters were very schooled and eager to pass on their knowledge of the way folks lived in the years prior to the Civil War in this part of the nation. The buildings are authentic to the period of 1820 to 1860 and have been painstakingly moved from their original homes to this wonderful outdoor living museum. A great place for families or those with an interest in history.