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Historic Charlton Park Village & Museum

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The complex, encompassing more than 300 acres, includes a re-created turn-of-the-century rural Midwestern village and a recreation area with nature trails, picnic areas, playgrounds, a beach and a boat launch. The village contains 16 buildings, among them a carpenter shop, blacksmith shop, schoolhouse, print shop, general store, hardware store, church, town hall and residences. Some are reconstructed and some are original.

Open daily.

Location: Hastings Michigan Telephone 616-945-3775

Other History nearby:
(Holland) Dutch Village
(Augusta) Fort Custer National Cemetery
(Augusta) Fort Custter
(Grand Rapids) Gerald R. Ford Museum
(Grand Rapids) Grand Rapids Children's Museum
(Hastings) Historic Charlton Park Village & Museum

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