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The furnace and preserved buildings are curated by The Nature Conservancy. There are lovely walks under the loblolly pines and the signs and descriptive text help it come alive. This is a good place to visit on a hot day, it is shady and lovely.
Great exhibit just five minutes north of Snow Hill. Cottages showing life on the shore at the turn of the century. Volunteers rotate (like blacksmiths, broom makers, gardeners, etc). Staff is extremely knowledgable. This is a must see as life in this area was not...More
In route from the Maryland part of Assateague to the Virginia part and a stay in Chincoteague, we drove down U.S. Route 113 (Beach to Bay Indian Trail) that passes through a number of historic old towns, some dating to the 1600s. As we passed...More
I went to Furnace Town with my sons ( tween and teen) last month. While they weren't particularly excited about the leaning opportunity presented to them, they did find items of interest and they really enjoyed interacting with a blacksmith who took time to explain...More
This small recreated village and iron furnace is well done. It depicts life from a different time. Had a great discussion with some folks tthat were doing some repairs and learned a lot about the area. It would have a top rating if some of...More
Nestled in the woods along a local road this living history museum offers a glimpse of a simpler time when things were made by hand. An unusual stone and brick furnace with a significant reproduction ramp funded by many plaque recognized contributors is the highlight...More
Is the Print Shop going to be open this year ?
It was a such great place to visit, I think it was the best ever.
Is Mr. Richard going to be their? I hope so.
I think he should get some new outfits and a raise , and The Print Shop building ,it needs some red paint .
That new Director , whats his name? I think he's cute .