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This is literally almost around the corner from my house. I was a little surprised that there was a fee to get in, because from the outside it looks a lot like Ny of the atores on the street. But it wasn't a big fee...More
For its size this is one of the best local museum's I have visited. They do have a new website at edenmuseum.org that will be updated and expanded over time. If you have not made a visit to this museum or if it has been...More
Lots of great memorabilia and facts about how the 3 towns came together. Great history story! Right in the middle of the downtown district, you can also visit all of the surrounding shops - which also have a history of their own!
I love that the Eden Historical Museum brings a piece of history to life and makes connections to current events. The theme for one of Downtown's "Ladies Night Out" was Ladies in Hats. The Museum had hats from long ago on display. I also thought...More
The Eden Historical Museum is a very good local museum. It has attractive and imformative exhibits. It is open from 10-4 on Saturdays. You should certainly stop for a visit when in the area. There is a $1 charge to tour the museum....a good bargain!