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Guided tours through Ferndale’s authentic pioneer cabins provide a look at a simpler life

Tour guides in costume at Pioneer Park (May 12, 2015). Photo: Whatcom News
Tour guides in costume at Pioneer Park (May 12, 2015). Photo: Whatcom News

FERNDALE, Wash. — Walking tours through more than a dozen historic slab cedar log cabins in Pioneer Park are now available Tuesdays through Sundays through September 15th from 11:30am to 4:30pm.

Tour guides dressed in period clothes walk guests through each cabin providing details of the day-to-day life by their original occupants. The collection of cabins are authentic examples of rustic pioneer architecture inside and out.

It is recommended to allow 1.5 to 2 hours for a walking tour but some end up enjoying the tour for upwards of 4 hours according to Ferndale Heritage Society officials.

The park is open to walk through and guided tours are available for $5 per adult. Groups should contact the Ferndale Heritage Society in advance.

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