The history of farming...
...in the upper Midwest is told at Heritage Acres. Established in 1976 as a way to preserve the memory of how life once was, during a long-passed time when the vast majority of Americans lived on farms and were involved in food production.
Spread across forty acres are a train depot, granary, farmhouse, one-room schoolhouse, chapel, log cabin, and much more. One highlight is the “Prairieville Mall” which recreates a 1940s-era main street.
Heritage Acres hosts several community festivals during the summer and fall, and is otherwise open by appointment.
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