To be honest, the 1930s Selfie Exhibit is one of the more unique ideas we have seen in a long time. It combines the best of an amusement park experience with the education and intrigue that comes with visiting a museum. Various aspects of 1930s culture come to life as people walk into them – including barbering, laundry, barnyard, schools, and more. Each instance is designed to create a unique ambiance that one can touch, feel, interact, and explore – but that’s not all! These are also great environments to take and share photos of you, looking nothing short of realistic. There are many souvenirs available to visitors, including postcards and the like – all in all, an unforgettable experience!
In recent times, the Times and Valleys Museum has been involved in an interesting side-project: They are trying to recreate and revive a lost Catskill Farm. It traces back to the 1930s, when five farming communities were destroyed when NYC arrived at the Catskills to construct reservoirs and pillage water. Naturally, this led to people, animals, and even cemeteries being relocated. Up until now, there has been no evidence of this civilization even existing – but the Time and the Valleys Museum is planning to change that!
The farm is located on the hill behind the museum, where visitors can go and see the progress. Their end goal is to bring to light the tale of their loss and rejoice in simple farm family life by using mobile technology and well-designed exhibits. People visiting may also have their name engraved on the structures if they donate to the cause. Photo: Time and the Valleys Museum
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