AAA Editor Notes
Harold Warp Pioneer Village is at jct. US 6/34 and SR 10. More than 50,000 historical items depict America's progress since 1830. Displays in 28 buildings include 350 antique automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, snowmobiles as well as 100 restored tractors, 20 airplanes, early wood-burning locomotives, paintings, china, cut glass and pottery.
The historic structures include a log cabin, an original Pony Express station, a general store stocked with 19th-century merchandise, an 1872 railway depot, a government land office, Minden's first church, a country school and a sod house. Period rooms depict the lifestyle of each generation since 1830.
Craftsmen demonstrate such trades as spinning, weaving and broom making.
Food is available. Time: Allow 3 hours minimum.