I went here without the kids because I didn't want to pay for them before I knew if it was something they would enjoy. I'm pretty sure I made the right choice. There was some interactive exhibits (a real police motorcycle to sit on, a tiny "kids room" with a couple puzzles and toys, and a few cowboy cut outs to put your head through) but most of it was hands off, which doesn't work well for my kids. If your kids are interested in looking at things, there is lots to see and read. The yard has old farm equipment, there is a room set up like a school with actual pictures of students and school newspapers, farm history, the growth of the city. It was pretty interesting to learn about the city I live in, but a lot of it was just old stuff they thought might be fun in a museum.