Lot of things going on today

Thursday, August 29th Farm-site Activities –

West Africa: Farm chores
England: House chores
Blacksmith Shop: Demonstrations all day
Ireland: Weaving & spinning
Germany: House chores
American Indian Site: American Indian daily life
1740s Settlement: Open to view
1820s America: Sewing
1850s America: Farm chores


  1. Dennis Glazener says:

    Anyone that can not post the entrance fees online will not get our business! I was interested in visiting but we would have a 2 hr drive and I could NOT find the price of admission. I have been burnt too many times to drive up there and find out the admission prices are not of line

    • Justin Reiter says:

      Dear Mr. Glazener,

      I am sorry that you had a problem locating our admission fees on our website. Hours of operation and admission fees are located by clicking on the visit tap in the main menu or the visit window in the body of our site. Admission fees are $10.00 for adults, $9.50 for Senior Citizens, $9.00 for age 13 to college, $6.00 for ages 6-12 and children under 6 years of age have free admission.

      Please let me know if I can be of any further service.

      Justin Reiter
      Director of Marketing
      Frontier Culture Museum

  2. My parents used to go to a Fall festival at the Frontier Culture Museum back in the 1990’s, before my mother became debilitated by dementia. She died in 2008 and my Dad is now 92 years old and would like us to take him the Festival if you still have such an event. He recalls that it was not Oktoberfest, but that there was a food tent, dancing exhibitions, wagon rides, craft exhibits, etc. Do you folks still have such a Festival?

    • Dear Mr. Dunne,

      Thank you for your inquiry. The festival that you are referring to was known as Frontier Festival that was held at the Museum in the fall. However, we have not held this festival in a number of years. If you should need any further assistance, please feel free to contact us.

      Thank you!
      Merritt Schoonover
      Fiscal Officer
      Frontier Culture Museum

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