While visiting the exhibit buildings now at Museum Village, you can shop in a 130-year-old general store, see a real Mastodon skeleton, make a candle, step inside a 200-year-old log cabin, sit in a one-room schoolhouse, and watch a broom being made. All that and be home in time for dinner!
Join us on Saturday, March 22nd from 12:00N - 4:00PM as we commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the beginning of the First World War. There will be demonstrations of military life and equipment, lectures and several exhibits. Adults $12.00; Seniors $10.00; Children (4-12) $8.00. Children under 4 and Veterans Free. Every visitor will receive a free pass to our Opening Day April 12.
Bring your class or an entire school. We have been an educational resource for the more than 60 years. Your students will be immersed in 19th century life and will never forget the lessons learned here. We have hosted thousands of students over the years, your class could be next!
The Energy Building, which is one of the largest exhibits at Museum Village, has some of the largest and most unusual artifacts in our collection. And since large seems to be a key word here, it is now one of our larger projects. The Energy Building is one of the key exhibits in the Museum […]
2013 is not over yet by a long shot! However, I think it’s important to recognize some of our accomplishments up to this point. We are in the process of finishing our 2nd federal Institute of Museum & Library Sciences (IMLS) grant. We have inventoried over 27,000 artifacts and are now in the process of […]