Buildings, statues and monuments that celebrate the heritage of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. A full-scale replica of the Gol Stave Church, a full-scale replica of a Norwegian stabbur (storehouse) a log house built in Norway in the 1770s, a fully-functional Finnish sauna, an original windmill built by a Danish immigrant, and a 27-foot tall Swedish Dala horse are found on a 14-acre park. Other statues and monuments, and the Heritage House Museum add interest as well.
This park is also dog-friendly so feel free to bring your four-legged friends (on a 6 ft leash) along.
Park buildings are open mid May to mid September.
No charge to tour the park.