After all the signs leading up to it we had to stop. For something you didn't have to pay to get into, it was interesting. Kids likes to t-Rex and the water fountains/zone. Prices were high as you would expect for a tourist place and food where we ate wasn't very good, but to just walk around and get the experience it was worth stopping.
A neat look into a town in the 1880's and seemed authentic. Once you got outside past the antiques shop it was really interesting and my kids, aged 10, 8, 6, and 3 loved it. Definitely worth stopping at. Gas station is there as well to fill up before a long drive.
Need to do it at least once to say you've done it. Exactly what you would think it would be. Gift shop was nice though. Also the surrounding town was cute and worth looking around.
A bit underwhelming when it came to location. Wasn't expecting it to be by someone's yard. Nice photo but probably not worth the trip to get there.
A real quick trip off the highway and it gave a nice description and a small section of the railroad tracks. Took us 15 minutes to get there, take a picture, get the kids in the car, and back on the road.
A fun stop when you've been driving for a while. We managed to hit a truck jamboree and truck competition which made the stop even better. There was also an old truck museum that we enjoyed and cost was by donations.
A little out of our way but a cute photo op. Passed the Route 66 Blues Brothers gas station which was a surprise.
Parked at the gas station nearby and walked over. Was a cute little stop, good for a pic on our journey.