If you are at all interested in learning about how a key beer ingredient is produced, or if you've even ventured into making your own beer, you will find this museum interesting and informative. First, we were led to a small room, where we watch an admittedly dated, but interesting short video about how hops are produced. The museum itself is quite small and only some of the exhibits are labeled with information, so it's sometimes difficult to tell what is what. The museum features old pictures of hop-growing, tools, and various memoribilia. Outside, there is quite a lot of hops-farming equipment, which from what I could tell, is quite specilized, as well as some hops vines which are cool to see, if you have never seen them before. The small gift shop at the end has just about anything you can image with a hops motif. Although this was a small, short stop, I enjoyed my time here, and definitely came away with a good, basic understanding of what hops is and how it is grown and produced, which I probably never would have learned about had it not been for this museum.