I once took a class of fifth graders there, and they loved it. Another time we
visited in a small group and were rewarded by seeing a sleeping bullsnake in a
patch of sunlight on the lowest level. Apparently there is enough grain from
times past to attract mice, which in turn made it possible for the bullsnake to
have a meal and a nap. For anyone who likes old equipment and contraptions,
there are enough to keep a real implement buff busy for hours. This place is
well worth the drive, and there are attractions beyond it to incorporate into a
full day of fun.