After a quick ride on 10 to 110, we visited Heritage Square Museum. The eight historic structures constructed during the Victorian Era were saved from demolition and moved to the museum.
Something about these old houses always intrigues me so much. It is not the structures themselves. Of course they are beautiful. Little details here and there make you appreciate the architecture of that past era. Yet, what really makes me feel special is the lives the houses embody. People talked, ate, laughed, cried, and lived in the houses. The people died but the houses lived. If you are interested in the Heritage Square Museum, here is their web site: http://www.heritagesquare.org/index.htm