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Harold Warp Pioneer Village

Harold Warp Pioneer Village

The Pioneer Village complex comprises 28 buildings on 20 acres housing over 50,000 items of historical value. Attractions include a Frontier Fort, a Pony Express Station, an Iron Horse, and a home made from sod. There's a general store and a toy store, chock full of all the goods from yesteryear. An original art collection includes 25 Currier and Ives prints, 23 Jackson paintings, and the largest single collection of Rogers statues. Visitors can ride an authentic steam carousel, and see 17 historic flying machines and antique tractors. A 1902 Cadillac, a 1903 Ford, and other antique cars are all displayed in chronological order.

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