The museum is small but held plenty of fascinating exhibits.One room was dedicated to Grandma Moses and that was mainly why I went here. There was a video of an interview of Grandma Moses that was very interesting. Even though the quality was bad, I could still make out what she was saying. I was not allowed to photograph any of Grandma Moses artwork, but was allowed to photograph other exhibits. There is a room dedicated to war memorabilia. Upstairs held portraits, paintings, and pottery exhibits. There is a very nice gift shop. The children's area was great - housed in an old schoolhouse. The people who work there are helpful and friendly.