The museum grounds make up a community all its own, including: the old King City train depot; a house filled with china, silver and antique furniture; a barn; a chapel; an authentic log cabin.
Museum exhibits include: a blacksmith shop; a barber/beauty shop; general store; post office; chapel with pump organ; and a large military display; antique cars; a fire truck; a horse-drawn hearse; and a chicken hatchery.
See the “Big Red Pump,” a 25-foot high building, built to resemble an electric gasoline pump; it was constructed in 1937 as a gas station.
Living History Day is the third Saturday in September, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Activities may include: barbecue; sheep herding dogs; old time rock crushing; muzzle loaders encampment; musical entertainment; demonstrations; old time tractors and children’s activities.
Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Guided tours offered by appointment.