Ghost town is more than just some dusty old mining camp. For one thing, it’s all indoors. And whereas the enchantment if a real ghost town is its sparseness, the fun of this one is marveling at how much stuff it has managed to pack into its twelve different buildings.

“Turn back you watch 100 years,” warns a billboard outside, but the fact is that time goes haywire in this place, which is filled with furniture, tools, Curious, mementos, and displays from many different decades past. There are an Old West sheriff’s office and old-time saloon, buckboards and early automobiles, a nickelodeon and a completely outfitted Victorian home, Franklin D. Roosevelt’s bulletproof limousine, and a pair of ice skates once worn by Mrs. Roosevelt.