I've always been fascinated by The Shakers.
From their furniture and crafts -- so elegant and simple -- to their beliefs --they were early feminists, their whole order founded by a woman -- to the completely strange devotion to celibacy which naturally doomed them, they are a truly unique group.
I Netflixed Ken Burns' show about them, and it's really interesting. Some of the surviving Shakers are interviewed in it -- according to Wikipedia there are only four left, in Sabbathday Lake, Maine.
I would like to tour either that museum or Hancock Shaker Village in Massachusetts someday, when Kelly is old enough to appreciate it a little.