Let's take a tour of the Museum of American Frontier Culture....
First stop is the museum gift shop, where you can find many primitive and educational gifts, books, fudge, and more, including a large variety of Pleasant View Soaps.
The museum takes visitors through outdoor exhibits of several countries that settled in Early America. The photo below is of the West African farm.
I noticed an old cake of lye soap on the windowsill in one of the authentic cottages.
Interpreters in costume demonstrate activities of pioneer life, such as kitchen tasks, woodworking, processing of flax from plant to cloth, and blacksmithing.
This is what the gardens looked like in the spring, full of lush greenery.
The American exhibit featured different homesteads from time periods spanning a hundred years.
It's an interesting to place to visit if you're ever in the Staunton area. The museum gift shop is a recommended location for local customers who would like to purchase my soaps during the winter farmers' market off-season.