“Live in the 1890’s” as you stroll thru the quaint, restored “Living History” 19th Century Jefferson Depot Village. Interpreters in period attire lead you thru the 1872 L.S. & M.S. Railroad Station, 1848 Church in the Wildwood, 1849 Church Barn, 1838 One-Room Schoolhouse, Hohn’s General Store, 1845 Post Office, 1860 Pharmacy, 1888 Victorian House, 1879 Carriage House, 1918 PRR Caboose, 1816 Tavern, and Benetka Blacksmith Shop. Tours last 1-1.5 hours. Saturday – Sunday 1-4pm; Monday and Thursday 10-4pm. Adults: $10.00 donation, under 10 free. Groups, weddings, reunions any time by appointment. Buses Welcome. Interpreters in all buildings for 12 or more. Free parking on East Walnut Street.