From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal
Terry and I are history buffs and we always enjoy exploring small town museums. We’ve seen some interesting ones in our travels from coast to coast, and yesterday we visited one of the best local history museums we’ve seen anywhere.
The La Porte County Historical Society Museum in La Porte, Indiana has three floors of impressive displays, everything from the requisite uniforms worn by local veterans to a replica of a one room school, and displays of old farm implements. But that’s only the start.
There are several neat antique cars on the main floor, along with a re-creation of a downtown La Porte street scene from decades ago.
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