Midway Village World War II Days
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The Midway Village Museum in Rockford, Illinois is an interactive educational museum that celebrates the culture and history of the region. It offers a wide variety of exhibits and activities, including a full-size replica of a 19th century village, living historians dressed in period costumes who share stories and demonstrate Victorian era skills, restored historic homes, a railroad museum with vintage trains, interactive displays on all aspects of regional history including Native American civilization and the impact of WWII on the area. The museum also hosts regular events such as Civil War reenactments, music festivals, craft fairs and lectures. Visitors can explore the historic grounds while learning about the past from knowledgeable staff members. The museum is open year round for visitors to enjoy.
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Almost got run down by some idiots staging a chase through someone else's campsite with pedestrians all around. They did a violent U turn and headed directly at us.. They got into a heated argument with the people who had the campsite. "I didn't know" one of them said. Well Mr Stupid, regardless of that, you could easily see the mob of pedestrians and screamed at them to "Get out of the WAY!!!" Very dangerous and very stupid. Stay away!!! I will never go there again. IT'S NOT WORTH IT!!! D E A T H A W A I T S Y O U A N D Y O U R S
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