Old Sturbridge Village is a living museum that recreates the rural life in New England during the 1790s through 1830s. It contains 59 antique buildings, three water-powered mills, and a working farm.
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In 1961 the AISI (American Iron and Steel Institute) announced that it would no longer pay its annual maintenance subsidy, so in 1968, the “Saugus Iron Works” complex was added to the National Park Service.
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Seno Otoway is home of one of the two largest colonies of penguins in Punta Arenas.
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This ride is part of the “golden Age”of the American Carousel (around 1900s). This is a Looff/Dentzel/Stein & Goldstein mix menagerie carousel, besides horses it contains lions and a chariot.
The Sleeper McCann House was the summer home of Henry Davis Sleeper, one of America’s first interior designer.
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