The covered bridge was excellent. The village buildings were all closed, it would have been nice to look inside without having to peer through the Windows. Good for a half hour stroll.
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I was impressed with the preservation of these authentic buildings, wagons and hand tools. It gives you a real appreciation of the rugged pioneers' spirit to survive the winters. Very well done ... and FREE!
Very Interesting to walk through a covered bridge and to see all the old cabins and stores. In was also interesting to look at the different trees.
Some of the things are closed during the winter, but there is still plenty to see, and definitely worth the visit. You may need to bring chains for your tires.
While it is closed during Christmas, you can still wander the property. From the parking lot, you cross a handmade covered bridge! Amazing what they accomplished in the 1800's. Well worth your time if you are interested in history.
You don't have to be a history buff to enjoy this little village. Entered through a cover d bridge this is a cluster of relocated building from within Yosemite, several houses and homesteads, a jail, stables, blacksmith and others. You can also enjoy a stagecoach...More
On route from Yosemite to Sequoia and happily happened upon the history centre. It felt special as this was 4th July. The volunteers Joanna and Tony in pioneer costume welcomed us graciously and chatted about their role. We had mentioned to Tony that we were...More
I understand that on weekends and maybe during summer there are living history docents and carriage tour. We did it passively with the guide brochure. While you are in this vicinity, take the road all the way to the top and take the walk out...More
We saw the area but a park ranger gave us a tour of the center and also the grave yard and other things. She also pointed out the Indian grounds with live dear that was very well done
An area set up with a covered bridge leading into a compound of historical houses, bakery, jail/morgue, small stables with placards describing the artifacts of days gone by.