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History Buffs Tribe

You know why British sailors were called limeys and what year the Parthenon was built, have traced the footsteps of Roman emperors, and scaled Macchu Picchu. The History Buffs tribe is for all of you who know where we're going...because you know exactly where we've been.

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Pro 2014
Jason Planck reviewed:
Wabeno logging museum
US Route 32, Wabeno, WI, USA
Jason Planck's rating: 4 Jul 26, 2014
Wabeno logging museum is located on the main highway of the town. It tells the story of the logging industry of the area. Disability access is provide. There is on-street parking. It is open during ... read more
the summer months. You will need about 1 hour to visit the museum.
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Pro 2014
Jason Planck reviewed:
World War II Glider and Military Museum
302 Kent Street, Iron Mountain, MI 49801
Jason Planck's rating: 4 Jul 26, 2014
World War II Glider and Military Museum tells the story of the Gliders and how they were built. This is where the Ford company built them in the area during WWII. They have many displays in how a ... read more
glider is built. Disability access is provide. Disability parking is provided. You will need about 45 minutes to visit the museum.
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Pro 2014
Jason Planck reviewed:
Cornish Pumping Engine and Mining Museum
300 Kent Street, Iron Mountain, MI 49801
Jason Planck's rating: 4 Jul 26, 2014
Cornish Pumping Engine and Mining Museum tell the story of the largest steam engine built in the U.S. They also have other displays of mining equipment. Disability access is provide. Disability ... read more
parking is provided. You will need about 45 minutes to visit the museum.
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Micah Bellieu reviewed:
Stockyards Station
130 East Exchange Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76164-8210
Micah Bellieu's rating: 4 Jul 15, 2014
This is a genuine experience for those who have ever dreamed of being a cowboy. It’s a village within itself with shopping, dining, concerts, and more. Check out the cattle drives on Thursdays, and ... read more
make sure to stand in front of the Visitor’s Center for the best view. These cattle are impressive! You can also listen to a free concert by the Cowtown Opry on the steps of the Historic Exchange Building Sundays at 2.
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Jason Planck reviewed:
Jason Planck's rating: 3 Jul 26, 2014
Iron Mountain Michigan has several attraction that pertain to the Iron mining industry. Disability access is depending on what activities you choose. You can spend a half-day to a full day in the ... read more
area.
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Pro 2014
Jason Planck reviewed:
Menominee Range Historical Foundation Museum
300 E Ludington St, Iron Mountain, MI, United States
Jason Planck's rating: 2 Jul 26, 2014
Menominee Range Historical Foundation Museum is located in Carnegie Library. This site is not accessible. You can take photos of the area. It also has several historical marker at this location. ... read more
Disability parking is not provided. Your visit time of photo the outside is about 15 minutes.
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Jason Planck reviewed:
Iron Mountain Welcome Center
600 S Stephenson Ave, Iron Mountain, MI 49801
Jason Planck's rating: 3 Jul 26, 2014
Iron Mountain Welcome Center is place to stop to get information about the area attractions. Disability access and disability parking is provided. You will need about 15 minutes to visit.
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Pro 2014
Wayne Atherholt reviewed:
Kling House Restaurant
3575 W Newport Rd, Intercourse, PA 17534
Wayne Atherholt's rating: 4 Jul 26, 2014
Well this place is really great. I had the sweet Lebanon Bologna sandwich, a local fave, and loved it. The chicken salad is wonderful. But the pretzel and mustard app is to die for!!!
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Wayne Atherholt reviewed:
Wayne Atherholt's rating: 4 Jul 26, 2014
Love this little town despite it being such a tourist destination. Great food, great shopping, reasonable prices. Great local produce and products from frozen chicken pot pie to home decor made from ... read more
recycled barn wood. Worth a visit.
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Jason Planck reviewed:
Larry the Logroller
US 32, Wabeno, WI, USA
Jason Planck's rating: 3 Jul 26, 2014
Larry the Logroller is a giant Lumberjack holding a logroller in its hands. It is located next to the Wabeno Logging museum. Disability access is provided. Disability is limited due to on-street ... read more
parking. You will need about 10 minutes to visit.
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