Timetable: Wednesday - Sunday 1pm - 5pm
The Historic Richmond Town is a small village made up of more than 30 historic buildings and sites dating from the late 17th century and early 20th century, the complex spans more than 100 acres.
It allows you to experience firsthand the colonial era, as they try to preserve the site as it was two centuries ago. Workers are there dressed as settlers and demonstrate how the crafts performed.
Exhibition: We found preserved and restored 1800 houses, including recreations of workshops, shops, taverns, schools of the time, etc...
Visitors can take a guided tour of several houses and shops that are completely furnished and restored to specific periods of interpretation; other buildings are in the process of being restored and are not open to the public yet.
The village also includes a museum with exhibits that portray many aspects of American life from 1700 to the present.
Tickets: On Fridays admissions are free. Children under 3 are free.