This museum is a true gem! Someone put a lot of thought into the organization of the displays and artifacts. You can't beat the price! $2.00 donation if you go to the upstairs displays and film. (We gave a little more because we felt it was worth it.) Glad to see the elevators for the ones who have trouble negotiating steps.
There is local history/mill history. It also includes Red Cross memorabilia Rooms that depict the different businesses/homes/transportation and aspects of life in this area. It is truly beautifully done.
I don't know what I expected but was truly surprised at what we saw. The people working in the museum were locals with ties to the history of the area.
There is a film, The Burning. I'm sure some may find it interesting but I would rather spend my time in the museum! However, if your knees and feet need a short respite, watch the film until you're ready to go again.
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